30 Burst results for "Keri K"
My product is selling on Amazon but how can I get more attention?
"Hi this is Keri from Singapore. I've been listening to the show since reading your first book, the Hundred Dollar Startup. I'm always inspired by the stories in the show in find your vice practical in positive. So thanks for that. Side hustles a brand called happy cups which are biodegradable party cups that have colorful cheerful designs. One of the main goes in the other. Does, my sister designed in launch the product Amazon. Since it is a new product have many reviews yet in sales or slow. You've let her family and friends know has set up Amazon campaign advertise products. Also started instagram account at happy cubs party but our new to digital marketing. So my question is, how do we advertise a new product on Amazon? Thanks in a hope your suggestions. Carry congratulations to you and your sister moving forward with this project. It sounds really cool. I also like the design a lot if our listeners to see it, go look at the instagram account that is at happy. Cups Party once again. So my thought here is just starting with that account and then looking at the Amazon listing also So this is very new like you just started at least at the time I'm recording this answer. So it's very new, just a few posts and followers on that account, which is totally okay. This is a good time to think about this. And my thought is having just mentioned that instagram account I. Don't think I would focus my efforts on social media at all like you're selling biodegradable party cups. which are something people purchase a lot I love the fact that they have the colorful cheerful designs. But I don't think social media is necessarily the way to succeed here I. Think just. Going to follow an account that just features photos, party cups even though they are really nice looking photos. I think the way to succeed is on keyword research listing optimization. There's an enormous community of people who are selling on Amazon trying to understand fulfillment by Amazon, and third party selling because the stakes are high as I'm sure you're aware if you can be one of those first listings for pretty much any product that sells on A. Even a decent amount of volume that can be a lot of sales. Okay. So I would focus all on that too when I say focus what I mean is go and do a lot of reading. Okay. So there's a few resources you're probably familiar with seller central on Amazon. If you're not check that out very detailed forum, lots of post lots of resources they're also on read it, read it fulfillment by Amazon a suburb that has a lot of people asking lots of questions riding case studies. People helping each other out because they're all different industries there's not really competition. There's also a big facebook group Amazon Sellers Group. So just look for that Amazon dot sellers dot grew for I'm sure if you search for it on Facebook, you'll find it actually has sixty thousand members so I would spend a lot of time in these forums and threads. Really Understanding as I said, keyword research listing optimization. This can be kind of analytical logical work. So between your sister and you I'd ask I'd ask which one is better at that which one of you prefers that kind of work. Ideally, one of you could focus more on product and the other one would be learning about this because honestly, if you can improve your Amazon search results, that's going to be far more effective and having a lot of social followers. People are searching every day for Party cups and your objective your goal is to be one of those first results that shows up.
PS5 Teardown Video Gets Up Close and Personal with the Console
"Over on the playstation blog and on the playstation YouTube channel, they've put down a play station five tear down. This is a seven minute video of them on the playstation five talking about all the aspects of it and religious showing you how this thing works Kevin I put in an overall linked to the youtube video. If we can look at that, why read from the playstation blogs I, post about it and then I put some highlights in the back to. So reading from the playstation blogs company article, I fought thought these two paragraphs interesting. We felt. We felt it was inevitable to make a generational leap terms of performance in order to deliver a new next generation gaming experience ever to do. So we had a balanced every aspect of the system from focusing on reducing the noise level to enhancing the cooling capacity more than ever before. We've also highlighted the mechanism individual below that we've incorporated into the PS five council to make the operating sounds even quieter after an extensive and complex trial and error process. We have a we were pleased with the end result and I, cannot wait to hear fans give their hands on impressions of the Playstation Console and quote here it for themselves. So Gary, as we go through this, you see starting to cut cut around it Kevin. Can you go back to the very first shot this man with the playstation five there you go. Yeah. Just give me a wide shot of this thing. Place five tear down. It's GonNa Fade INEAR. Yet played efforts. This is. Keri. Look at how fucking big this thing that's a big thing you know what I mean as very. Getting hot and bothered by this thing, it's decent and I love it. Size does matter Greg and. I I'm sorry but law, it's we all knew it was going to be big. We not seeing these renders we've seen these comparison. Speculative images and people said Oh you know. Surely. It's not this'll that it's not that big I always said we need to see it like really like see someone holding what we need see into flesh to really get a sites. Now we've seen it my. Off? That is. I'm sorry you know I'm not anti playstation two, three order I'm very excited about. Time out a fulltime out if someone's going to look at this Intel you that is not an. Enormous system they are on another plane what they're tryin-. I'm sorry but it is I think even play I. Think this is something that I like to think that all of us can cross these tribal lines in even the most hardcore playstation fan would surely be willing to admit that thing is comically lodge comically lodge
A lesson from Trump's taxes: An underfunded IRS is outmatched
"And so part of the reason that president trump has been able to pace a little taxes at least according to the Times is because his businesses have lost so much money they've lost more than a billion dollars and he. Has, used the carry forward provisions among other things to reduce his tax bill for years and years. You know when you have business losses, it's like you have like money in the tax bank that you can use to pay less taxes in the future. Now, originally back in nineteen eighteen when carry-forward I started if you lost money one year, you could use that loss to reduce your taxes for next year but only for that one year and then a while later Congress said you know what you can carry over losses. For two years then Congress extended it further to fifteen years and eventually congress said you can spread your losses out. You can carry losses forward for as long as you want forever President Trump signed the bill that made that change into law in two thousand, eighteen and Isaac says there are good reasons to have this provision in the tax code it can be helpful for struggling businesses. So on the one hand, you kind of don't want your tax system to bankrupt a viable business just because it has a bad year. Right. So that's one. So it's useful but also but but depending on, you know how clever you are about your investments and how you go about booking what counts as a loss. There's lots of room to kind of gain with creative accounting. It is it is wildly open to abuse. So carry-forward is sometimes a reasonable useful thing and sometimes something that people and businesses abuse to pay less taxes than they should, and there are people at the irs whose job it is to figure out for every tax return that uses this provision you know which is this reasonable or is this abuse but as it says, the funding that pays for the IRS to enforce carry forward rules and the rest of the tax code, it has been cut for years it's been. A pretty substantial. block of the Republican Party in Congress has lined up behind the idea of really depriving the irs of teeth especially, the enforcement arm that that goes after. The rich and just like think about how expensive it can be to audit the taxes of the ultra rich fridge people do not have simple straightforward tax returns. They have a ton of paperwork fancy lawyers in. So look at the story we read The New York Times about the president's taxes right and and it was a picture that they have to assemble by looking at hundreds of different tax returns for hundreds of different entities. Now imagine having to do that for every even for one in ten rich people in the United States right Obviously, it can't be done. Except there's one congressional committee that specifically looks into the super-rich but only in some cases but but. One of those cases use the case of president trump. There was this one paragraph in the time story I mean there were a lot of paragraphs in the time story and a lot of it was interesting but there was one paragraph in particular that really I wanted to understand better. So the paragraph was related to this seventy three million dollar tax refund that Donald Trump apparently got in two thousand and ten and that he and the government are still fighting over. Okay. I'm going to read this paragraph it says quote refunds require. Blah. Blah Blah in opinion of the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation Blah Blah Blah and tax law requires the committee to weigh in on all refunds larger than two. Million dollars to individuals. So what this paragraph is saying is there is a committee in Congress that has to give an opinion every single time the irs is about to send some rich person, a multimillion dollar tax refund as I read this and I thought like why you know what is going on you have questions. So I called Dave Norton he's a corporate lawyer who used to work at this committee, the Joint Committee on taxation, and he told me this is not a normal kind of congressional committee. You know it doesn't right laws. It doesn't hold hearings where lawmakers ask questions that are really more like comments and the joint committee staff is. A non-partisan expert staff of economists. Lawyers. Accountants. So it's like it's like Congress's. Team of tax nerds. That is a good way to put it. Exactly, right mostly the nurse on this committee figure out what different changes to the tax code would mean for the government and for the economy, you know how different potential tax tweaks would work. But a few of them go into work everyday and review giant tax refunds that the IRS is about to send out it's it's interesting because it's so one by one right you don't think of Congress as doing. Anything on like we'RE GONNA get every big tax refund that goes out in America. But that is what they're doing here and I agree it is It is pretty unusual. It might be unique in terms of something that the Congress would get involved with Congress got involved with this back in the nineteen twenties basically because they didn't trust the person who was overseeing the IRS, the Treasury Secretary Andrew Melon. Melon was one of the richest men in America. Also, one of the biggest tax payers in America had all these business interests that he held onto he was treasury secretary, and so congress was like wait you're the boss of the IRS and you owe all these taxes and you have investments and all these businesses that the IRS is supposed to be taxing that seems very shady. You know we want to make sure that you're not just having the irs and you and your pals massive tax refunds. So what we congress are going to do is we're going to pass a law that requires this Joint Committee to review big refunds. Congress basically said tax nerds keep an eye on these rich guys in the refunds, and so here we are almost one hundred years later and the tax nerds. They are still keeping an eye on these guys, and that's why in two thousand eleven trump's refund made its way to this committee. Apparently, the committee reviews hundreds of these refunds a year. So it's you know. Sort of, but there are a couple of things in this case in the case of Donald Trump's giant refund that are unusual. One unusual thing is typically the committee reviews the refunds before they get sent out to tax payers make sense. Yeah. It would think you would think but there is this special corner of the law and it actually applies to sort of the twin Sarah of what you were talking about earlier in the show the twin of the carry forward provision right where you can carry forward losses. The twin is Keri back. Here's how Carrie backwards if you lose money in the year, you're filing your taxes for now instead of carrying those losses forward as you do in carry forward, you can look back to. The past, you can say, look a few years ago. I was making tons of money I was on the apprentice and I paid tons of taxes, and so what I WANNA do is I want to carry my losses from the present back into the past and I want you to give me a refund for all of those taxes I paid a few years ago. Right so that is what president trump in fact was doing in this case when he got this giant seventy-three, million dollar refund and the special provision of the law that applies here is actually something they call a quickie refund and so innocent. Cute little seventy-three, million dollar tax refund and what happens with a quickie refund is the IRS. Okay. We will send you the refund before we've done a thorough evaluation of your claim and you have to promise that. If we ultimately decide that your claim for this refund, not you're going to give us back the money. So that's what happened here. That is thing number one that was unusual to quickey refined I seventy three million dollars. Yes. Okay. So thing number two that is unusual is just how long it has taken to figure out whether the refund was legit. You know whether the president in fact qualified for the refund under the law so Typically. The Joint Committee Clears Clears Refund reviews. In about three weeks maybe a little bit more than three weeks in a kind of standard run of the mill case they've says that some really complicated cases might take a few months to figure out but the president's case is still unresolved and it went to the committee nine years ago years they've says, he never saw anything take anywhere near that long when he worked at the Committee I never saw years Adam okay. So a case that went on for years would be very unusual in your experience. That's fair. Say yes and you know it makes sense that once Donald Trump becomes president trump the case would become exceptional and more complicated and take longer but this was already going on for years before that happened and so it's not entirely clear why it's taking so long. So Okay we've been through what's going on with the president's case, and also where does this weird committee review come from The one last thing I wanted to ask Dave was does it even makes sense to have a special Congressional Committee Review You know individual tax refunds you sort of worked on both sides you you were describing working for clients whose refunds are held up by the committee you've worked on the committee holding up People's refunds as you study them. Do you feel like it's useful? I do think just from a from a revenue perspective the taxpayer gets huge bang for the buck out of the C. T. Refund review process it costs almost nothing to run. It's you know as I said, just a few people and they can be counted upon to spot millions and millions and millions of dollars of potential mistakes. The spotting thing. Hey, look this is this million here million there at this shouldn't be going out for this this this reason
Harris to voters: Don't give up as Trump rushes court pick
"Democratic vice presidential nominee comelec Harris is urging voters not to be discouraged by GOP efforts to fill a Supreme Court seat before the election Harris says she knows everybody's tired that's how Republican leaders want they want you to feel like you're fight doesn't matter but in swing state North Carolina Harris says Democrats will not give up or give in we will not let the infection that president trump has injected into the presidency and into Congress that has paralyzed our politics and pitted Americans against each other bread to the United States Supreme Court keris sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee which means she'll play a direct role in the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation flights starting in two weeks the Senate's never confirmed a High Court nominees so close to an election Sager make ani Washington
Homeland Insecurity: A Conversation With Erika Andiola
"Your new podcast called homeland insecurity. Basically, it's a new documentary podcast from releases. About sort of the history of immigration enforcement, and how it all change, but we get into that egg. I wanted to at least introduce a clip that will play. Explain that really. Basically, it's you. It's your voice exploring how immigrants like yourself? have, become the enemy. And how feared change America so let's listen to the clip. I moved to the US from May. He go in their family when I was just eleven years. Old I never imagined will be treated like villains. Bringing drugs, children or forcibly separated from their practice down on sanctuary cities, bringing grime for a ban on all those long 'til suspend immigration over the corona by rapist. So. How did we get here? How did emigrants become the enemy? This is homeland insecurity it podcast from die says about the unwritten history of the HFS about. America lost its way. I'm your host eighty guns. In this podcast we'll go back to the very beginning, and how the mission of the H S win from fighting terrorists to something else. To keeping emigrants. At all costs. Subscribe to homeland insecurity wherever. You listen to podcasts. Visit Homeland Security PODCAST DOT COM So I WANNA make the connection because I you know I i. get what you're saying. It's very important, and and we've been very clear. You know black lives. Matter is black lives leading black voices amplifying. You know we're doing everything we can to be like. How does? How does How does this movement continue to stay elevated? But at the same time, just hearing what you're saying, right? And also, when you talk about police, because obviously police is not just Phoenix city police I mean there's so much police around us, and you are an enemy. You have become an enemy. Erica so how do we begin to make the connections and unpack? And how does your podcast wanted to throw so many questions at you and you can just go in and talk, but how does your podcast? Why do you think your podcast is so relevant now even more I think it is so I want to hear all up. Just it all out my friend. Definitely well, look, we ray now are able to have a much more clear. An open conversation about sixty matic systematic racism and white supremacy, and those are conversations that are really hard to how on a on a daily basis where a lot of people don't make the connection. So, what do you mean? Immigration has anything to do with criminal justice system. You know what it is a different entity than the police. Don't they do different things focus on different people in? It's always our job as as activists than. Organizers to really explain this this is how we works. You know this is not only how we works, but also this is where it comes from, and one of the big calls that we had just I think it was pretty big. With twenty twenty nineteen he was to abolish is and there was so much pushback you know like helping you. Abolish is like what's going to happen. Who GonNa Enforce this? It's a parallel that I'm seeing with people just really questioning cokie. You defend the police like what's going to happen where security gonNA know how security going to happen and. Continuous conversation of US having to explain that a lot of the systems are based on on white supremacy. Allow this system surveys on racism and the jobs that the police and the is Keri Al are basically rooted in that and so one not start looking into the root of that, and that's what the podcast does with the chest specifically.
"keri k" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"This is the breakfast leadership podcast boundaries. Super Out you make the choice. Here's euros to Michael Savage Welcome back I've got Dr Carol Rich on the line carry. How are you good? Thank you Michael. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you for being here you are. You've got a dramatic career and I'll have it in the show notes and all of that because we could talk for an hour about your Iraq starting your career but hr obviously has been a huge part of your career and We were talking on the pre show about covert nineteen and what's going on with work and went up but This yeah give us a little bit of a background about you. Know the work that you've done and you're doing and and then we can segue into what we're seeing right now in the workforce and covert nineteen and what we anticipate might be the new normal going forward. Yeah sure that sounds great. So quick background I always have a hard time with a quick background. So let me see a year. I didn't think I would get into. Hr I was more on the therapy and psychology track and that was really getting a doctorate in psychology. And GonNa do that and then I have found the organization can be so dysfunctional that no matter how you help individuals the organization is so broken that it doesn't help so it almost felt like you're you're just helping one person at a time whereas an organization you can help three thousand at a time as that really kind of hooked to me too okay. How can I balance this helping? Individual and helping the organization in Asia was perfect. Interplay of that. It's also as I like to say. Very subversive psychology because people aren't prepared and yet you are practicing psychology everyday in HR so worked in a corporation worked in big giant machines fortune. Five hundred working in HR in various things of generalist and talent management. Tell imagine is where I where I did most of my work but then was able to do a generalist work where we had fifty thousand employees or fifty thousand associates out day. So you can imagine the funds stories that we had Those are another book just hr stories which are lovely and hilarious. No one can believe him and so then really was into the change management talent management. And what I liked about being a generalist is you could see both sides in so I understood what it was like to be a specialist. And how hard that work is but then also it. How planning it getting people on board but then on the generalist side how actually difficult your world is. Because you think you're going to have a nice Monday and then something like cove nineteen happens up your entire month's work so doing that and then just realized that. Perhaps I'm not the best person in a corporate environment I more entrepreneurial spirit more let's break rules leads Push boundaries. How can we do different things so at that same time? My Co author of my book. Monica Freidy we're talking about. Hey you know what we need better. Hr representatives the profession isn't respected very much which is a real bummer. Because it's an amazing profession and we also have some people who don't have some fundamental skills so we thought well you could complain about it or you could do something about it so we wrote a book about fundamental skills foundational skills for HR people. It's called the way the HR warrior so with that plus realizing I'm probably not the best. Corporate Girls Sometimes We at a we meeting Kelly Gunther and I start our own company. Called the BRACI group. Were really help the HR profession trying to educate and do a lot around hr warrior skills as well as helping organizations around change management strategic hr even if they don't have hr we help them set the fundamentals of HR and do some executive coaching for people so that is still not short. My goal but probably way shorter than I than I typically am so. Congratulations you gotta vast career in a minute or two. That's it's not easy. I don't but does sleep the framework and it you know. There's so many things you dive into that but the Cova nineteen thing and corporations is such a interesting dynamic becomes in talking with people. Everyone's wondering okay. What's things gonNA look like wants? All of this is kind of behind US and I. I sense that you know where it's going to be a few months of things it's GonNa you know. Change the trajectory of everything forever. And I and I think from a working standpoint on what work looks like and how work is being done is is GonNa look a bit different and I think I had a conversation earlier today with somebody about this as well and we talked about on. How remote work in something? Get your insights on remote work. Such an interesting thing because for organizations that use to micromanage their employees a lot. There's an element of trust in remote work. You don't get to see people unless you force them to be logged in on their chat. Twenty four seven and available for zoom. Call every two seconds or things like that. Which if that's the case people I mean. This is just guidance. It's not advice. Don't hold it against me. But UPDATE RESUME DOT DOT GOV. I think because a this this whole thing I is flushing out How bad some managers are but that could be a completely other series of conversations about that but remote work and what. It was like before sit existed. It wasn't this brand new thing but you know some organizations did it not as much as was going on right now but from an HR perspective. What is that? Like to get that setup into buying from management to create the environment to do it now of course now they. They really didn't have much choice in the matter. It's like you either do this. So your close so So most people elected say well. We're going to do it and but I'm just curious on your thoughts about remote work in house set up before and in what you see. Your works can look like in the future. Yeah it this one is so fascinating to me because this one. I don't think they can kind of undo it right so that that were the term. You can't put the genie back in the bottle. I feel lake. This one is out there and it's GonNa be really difficult for managers and leadership teams to now say no. We can't do it anymore. So if I worked for you my call and I've been begging you to do remote work and you said No. No no no no no no and all of a sudden now do it right. It was forced. And I've done it and now I come back to you. You say no. We still can't do remote work and I'm like but I've been doing it for three months. It's been working really well. Why can't I do it Oh now what It's interesting I was talking to someone. Who's she's moving for a job to Atlanta and her spouse also wants to move and he works for a company that is very old school when it comes to remote work however course like everyone. They've been forced to do it. And so he's now thinking good I can do my job from Atlanta. He's originally from there in the Mid West now and I think it's going to be four months ago. His manager said NOPE WE DON'T DO REMOTE WORK. You don't have this job will now. How are they going to say that? He's been really successful. They've been hitting other metrics in their goals. And so. I think this will be so difficult for managers to take back because it's been done relatively successful at most companies and so if you look companies yeah like you said Michael. It's not a new concept. Many companies have been doing this. Many companies have been struggling to do it as well so it reminds me of when a lot of the retail stores like up. Should we do ecommerce because bricks and mortar is might go away and there were some who we're going. GonNa do ECOMMERCE. We're GONNA figure out how to hybrid this. We're GONNA is evolution. Were moving forward and some are like now. We're not GONNA DO ECOMMERCE to remote work is relatively the same thing. Are you going to move forward to with what employees want and this is not just I mean yeah you can look at the generations of it but there's a lot of people in all the generations who are very happy with working remotely? They have a different lifestyle. They get a live somewhere else. I live in a cheaper place because I get a do remote work versus living downtown Los Angeles or something like that so there's a lot of benefit and it cuts across gender and race and and generation. So you have lots of people wanting to do it. Companies who have been on the forefront were very well equipped to deal with this. They could manage it. There have been lots of companies who have been struggling. I have worked at a company in it. All goes back Michael to exactly what you said trust. That's really it. That's really it if I trust that you're going to do it and if I can't see you I can't trust you. And so the one company. I was working with the leaders. Just they don't trust that it's GonNa get done. And so they drag their feet and drag their feet and drag their feet and now of course. They're all forced to do it. So we really interesting to see how people are going to try to either go back which. I don't think you'll be able to because like you said your people are going to update the resume or they'll put weird tracking things on their computer. But it really comes down to trust. And it really illustrates poor management. And yet we can have a whole nother series on the poor management. But you know in a crisis you're kind of your original might professors to say this. I love it. Your original cultural programming comes out raid so under stress. If I'm working so hard not to be aggressive in assertive and that takes a lot of energy but now I'm under stress boy. I'm going to be super aggressive and assertive because I can't even even hold back that the filter anymore as Obama manager. Who doesn't really trust you in this crisis. Just GonNa get worse. So you're going to see some bad managerial. Behavior is exposed with this too. Because they can't they can't touch in and be controlling for everyone so I just think this remote work. This is one where it it won't it's not GonNa go away. Leaders are really going to have to take a good look at themselves to say how Megan it managed through this and h r really needs to be flexible and HR sometimes isn't the most flexible they liked policies and procedures. And you need to have those. But how do you manage the flexibility within that? And how do you help? People really think through remote work. I worked with a company and they were so lovely with remote work. They're like okay. Here's you know. I don't know how much it was. But they gave a certain amount. Just set up your Home Office. They expected certain things But it was very well documented but still flexible so it felt very fair. It wasn't I worked for Michael. I work from home and Man. I get just work two hours a day..
In California, protective equipment shortage pushes nurses to consider drastic action
"The California nurses association reports that some hospitals are stockpiling PP preparing for research rather than supplying medical staff now unemployment in California is rising but the health care industry is seeing an overwhelming demand cave BK's Johnny Diego staining with more misty frost is the CEO of the online health care training provider keris she says the demand for health care professionals has changed since the Kobe nineteen outbreak the bureau of labor statistics before okay one is predicting that they're gonna be about two million new jobs created by twenty twenty eight in health care and what we're seeing is a very interesting acceleration of a lot of those positions right now frost says the majority of funding is going towards medical positions that work with patients face to face on non medical office positions are being put on pause pandemic world we're going to see an acceleration and those kinds and John as well as systems struggle to keep up with the returning demand after the
Carrie Meets Kimberly Meredith: Single-Blind Edition
"Welcome to own a rousing. Carry the show where we don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal but take part ourselves when they make the claims. We show up. So you don't have to. I'm Ross Blocher. I'm just getting. This is Keri. Poppy Ross has not with me today. So we are both practicing social distancing as responsible members of society this episodes just to be me and our guest aunts. Ross's off rush editing. The episode you got last week the the huge corona virus massive episode. That we hope you all enjoyed while he was off making that I was off making this because we need. This was a really important time to talk about Cures real cures fake cures real treatments fo- treatments and there's a lot of treatments out there. Even for Corona virus. There are people who say that they can treat run a virus in ways that buck against our understanding of the science so wanted to better understand. those perspectives and that led me to a medical intuitive. Name's Kimberly Meredith now. Kimberly was at the conscious life. Expo when Ross and I were there We didn't get to talk to her then but I did stop her booth and ended up on her mailing list which is how I found out that she had written an e book about Corona Virus. I thought that yearbook and sort of went on a little adventure finding out a little more about Kimberly About her claims and invited her on the show to chat. So that's what you're going to hear here before you do. I just want to Kind of give you a little peek into my head space as I was doing this interview and preparing for this interview. Something that I've been thinking about a lot Especially during this outbreak but also just in the last couple years is a storytelling and how it works. It's easiest to tell a story when there is a clear villain and a clear victim. Those our favorite kinds of stories. They are the easiest sink. Our teeth into all you have to get rid of the bad guy. I think. An outbreak especially a viral outbreak. We realized how oversimplified that kind of story is there. Are people behaving badly when there's viral outbreak but there isn't one bad guy unless you believe it was created in elapsed where which it wasn't The virus of course has no intention of hurting. You just evolved like you did and yet it can do this tremendous harm and I think that there are impulses in the human mind. That are the same way that evolved For neutral ends but ended up being super super harmful I think that's what we're dealing with a bit in bad treatments for Corona virus bad treatments for anything it also is the case that sometimes we have good motives but bad information and good motives and bad information can still be a deadly combination. And I think that's what's happening here. I think Kimberly is sincere. Thinks she's Dudley wrong. You'll see why Dan Arieli. Who is a psychological expert in lying and deception? He wrote a great book called the Honest Truth. About dishonesty and one of the big things I learned from it was that dishonesty increases the most when we think we are being altruistic. Yes people live our personal gain. That's absolutely true. People live for monetary gain. Also true people lie to in arguments also true the biggest most powerful factor to make some lie is that they believe they're doing it for a greater purpose. I just wanted to put that bug in your ear before you hear this conversation I also apologize for the audio in this. We were talking via skype. Because that's the safest way to talk right now here. She is Kimberly Meredith. I'm happy to have on the show with me Kimberly Meredith. She describes herself as a medical intuitive. A healer psychic surgeon radio host former registered nurse and author of the new e Book Corona Virus. Twenty-one TIPS FOR PROTECTION. Kimberly is a trance chandler. She's a spiritual teacher and she says she's the most scientifically validated medical intuitive. And this interview is especially timely and important because right now as we're recording this the world is looking for a solution to this deadly cove in nineteen corona virus outbreak. And because Kimberly offers diagnosis and healing of the viral infection. And any other illness via her one. Our skype sessions. So please welcome. Kimberly Meredith Hugh Carey eggs for having me. My pleasure Did I get all of that right? I'm pretty match and think so I have been tested in a lot of different institutions with my medical medium ship. And it's been interesting doing all that. Yeah that's really really rare right but Then a medical intuitive gets that sort of a backing from the scientific establishment. Yeah I guess so I mean you you say you're the most scientifically validated so It's my perception that it's pretty rare. Is that not yours. Well I can only go with what has happened to me because I wasn't doing this for very long. I started doing my medical finding out that I was in medical medium. Just only since two thousand fourteen okay medical medium before Serta Now medical media and happened because I had a near death. Experience and after the end ee I became a Trans Channel. And after I started becoming trans-channel I found out that I was having the gifts of medical medium ship. Which is I have an unusual ability of scanning people with my hands and my ice rink in different codes. In the code linking Gives me information of where things are people's bodies that have cancer different illnesses and when that started to happen the word got out to many people including scientists in different doctors which led me to two different institutions? That wanted to test my abilities and not let you double blind studies and then began gap that I had these unique abilities. Finding things were correcting accurate in people's bodies. So tell us then about before the accident before the near Death Experience. What was your then a lot different than it is. Now I had a unique live. You know I work in dimensions now. Three D. Two fifty so I would say back then it was more of a third dimensional world which is what we're seeing right now. Which is very three D. I worked in a hospital and I worked on television shows worked on Grey's anatomy at work to General Hospital. I worked on brothers and sisters. I was called Medical Technical Advisor. Man I would set up shows. It looked like actual medical scenes were happening. Were people are having cardiac arrest that would work for directors real as possible and I also worked in a hospital side. Would you double double life like that? Oh interesting yes so you have this nursing backgrounds and then you moved from that more Gosh I don't even know what's called that more clinical field to this more spiritual angle before that transition you were working as an r. n. A registered nurse. Working Working Hospital and working in very sings came from you know got all kinds of medical things. I did was the CNA. Albion in various types of nursing all General floors and all over the place and then I went into doing medical technical advising until June shows and then I got hit by a car on foot in two thousand thirteen an academy an experience and then in the near death experience led me into having these multiple healing abilities. Now that I have a full blown craft California ed you Conventions and expos than and healing on people now and helping them find out what's going on with them so what happens. During that. Near death experience I went to the other. Siding came back and it was quite amazing. What soup like well I saw visions of Jesus and the Holy Spirit comes through my body. Awhile I left my body and I was envisioned envisioned Emceeing GOD Christ a Come through me and telling me that I was okay. I was going to stay here. And it was very frightening with seeing myself outside of my body and seeing them working on at the same time. I wasn't quite sure what's happening. Since like outside your body looking inside the same time I was experiencing a lot of light going through my eyes it was very traumatic experience.
Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews
"So we're joined here today by Kerrie Roberts Caritas a little bit about who you are and what you do thank you dave. I'm so excited to be here so I like to say that I am a brand. I'm a marketer and I'm a community builder So I work for myself and a company called Brandon connection and one of my main clients is voice summit so I help them with their podcasting strategy as well as lead their marketing for their big event. That'll be in October. That's awesome so I've gotten to know Carey. She actually brought me on the inside voice. Podcast that's Sort of like where. Our relationship started and I just think that it's so cool. Because outside of this podcast that she does she has her own podcast. And then I know that she's the host of another podcast. So podcasting is sort of in her life blood and I think that I've learned a lot personally from her. Just the way that she goes about it in post production in the way. That she disseminates podcast. She doesn't really like thoughtful in a meaningful way. And I think that it's incredibly It's a it's a really good way. I think to to build a network and help to connect that network. I know that's kind of a big theme for you and so I'm curious like You know I wanted to bring you on to talk about your experience on the inside voice. Podcast go through some of the different episodes that you've done in the different guests that you've had but like as you've gotten immersed into this world with like so many of us kind of have In you've done it as like being this conduit of Understanding like who people are different. Facets you've actually probably gotten a really wide education you know into the whole voice landscapes on curious like from this first year or so that you've really started to get involved into the space would have been some of your like macro takeaways You know in in things that you've learned since doing this. Yeah well again. Thank you for the kind words I appreciate it. I've been personally podcasting for a little over five years. And I took over the inside voice podcast and leading their strategy and hosting and kind of running it as their form of content marketing and one of the things that Pete Erickson the owner of waste summit that he and I share. Is this love for connection and community and to really showcase the diverse community that we have in voice technology and when I say diverse that means not only male female Or whatever gender you identify as Lgbtq Q Different races different backgrounds but also different elements within voice. So you know it's not just developers or CEO's it's linguists. It's audio engineers. It's voice artists It's startups it's conversational designers. And so my job is to really make sure that we're hitting the gamut as best as possible And I think we're doing that. I think we're doing that. Not only in the podcast that the events that we host And so for me. I personally love hearing what people are passionate about. What makes them great for every episode? I really tried to highlight them as a person first and foremost And then the work that they do within voice and so. I think you know one of the things that I've noticed kind of overdoing that podcast for the last year or so Is that you know first of all. There's so many people involved in voice and that it's important for us to learn the different things that they're doing And so within that also comes the importance of inclusivity with invoice. You know talking to people and saying okay election. Google tend to be a female voice when not everybody wants to hear that or identifies with that or feels comfortable with that You know when you're creating conversations are you including people in how they speak within their culture within their language translation is not always direct word for word. It's also the vernacular and how do we interact with people Are you including people who have disabilities? Who HAVE SPEECH IMPEDIMENTS? You know that I think really thinking about voice in a broader term And really the big question is how do we include the whole world and make them feel leg? They matter and that they can interact with voice. on a global scale. And that's that's not an easy answer but it's great to see that people are doing their due diligence to work on that and I think that's probably the biggest takeaway from the voice standpoint When we're looking at the other side from the consumer standpoint The challenge there is security and this is something I think people have heard about for a long time Of course people talk about well You know your mobile phones already have enough information on you. Are you worrying about Voice But you know there is concern when you're asking people to use their voice for passwords You know how easy is it for somebody to hack into something to take your important information? Your data your privacy and there is a very high level of concern from a consumer standpoint of. How are the big companies doing this? How are Amazon Google and Samsung Keeping the data protected but also every single person. That's doing voice if you are a startup or you own an agency or you're doing it on your own you know how are you proving to your clients and consumers that you're keeping their data and their information safe and it won't get hacked into. Yeah you've touched on a lot of different things there. I think first and foremost it's it's really cool that Because that is something that I've noticed about your podcast is. It's really really diverse and it's just like you said it's not necessarily like just the people but it's also their backgrounds in their interest. Because I think that one of the biggest takeaways that I had when I went to these different shows like I went to the Alexa conference which is now project voice and then I went to voice. Summit Was just a wide variety of different people. Like kind of coming into the space for different things just like you said like people with a linguist background developers designers. So I think it's so cool that it is like this melting pot and I think that the most insightful I think findings that people have come across. Have been when you have like this. Crossover like you have. People that are applying everything that they know in the linguistics world. And then you have the conversational designers that are coming in and when they're all starting to fuse their knowledge together. I think that's where some of the most interesting thing has come about. And you know going off of the point that you made around security and privacy. I think it's really important that this is something. That is a really centric to the whole conversation. Right now I think it's top of mind that a lot of people are realizing that like I think a lot of the people that are attending. These kind of conferences are They share the same sentiments. You know they are concerned about Where's the state of going? What is this data going to be used for? Are we comfortable with sharing the level of this data like I still go back to a the first Alexa conference that I went to where Brian Rahmani was speaking? And my big thing that I kept coming back to like. He kept saying that will need to have these like really deep relationships with voice assistance in order for them to be more impactful So therefore they're going to need a like a deeper level contextual understanding about the user but I feel like that's that runs counter to trust and security so like I'm only going to be able to. I'm only going to be comfortable with sharing the sensitive information that would make my voice assistant In even better assistant if I if I trust all of that so I totally agree with you that I think those are really critical pieces like as the formative period of time while technologies being built so I wanted to Because you've done so many podcasts. In you've brought on so many awesome guests. I thought that what would be kind of fun to do. While you're on here is to go through some of the different episodes that you've done In just go guest by guest in just have you share like either a key takeaway something you learned from that person or just something that you really enjoyed about that person in the conversation are you. Of course I would love to do that. Okay so I know that you shared today on on linked in or twitter. I saw it somewhere about the media people and so. I've had a chance to meet Claire Mitchell and Patrick. So let's start with Patrick. I know that you've done an episode with him. Patrick Gibbons GimMe something from that episode. Yeah I think you know I just WANNA say Intermedia. A lot of people got into voice because of Gary Chalk myself included the sub. Where I I heard about it. And there's so much hype about Gary and he's an amazing person but I think we really want to that. The people on his team are equally as amazing an equally as passionate And Patrick Really he's excited about stuff on the go here bowls a lot of the space that your in specifically And he also Kinda came from an artistic background and I love that he is willing to kind of reach out and say. Hey if you guys have questions like let's collaborate. Let's interact and so it's not just about okay. We're Bainer media and we're going to do our own thing it's like. We WANNA work with everybody and so I love that he kind of mixes his artistic background his ability to connect with others and then his personal passion within boys about how. It's going to be so much more on the go how we're going to be using curable and what that's going to look like
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Kind of. Oh wow I mean not just wondering what it stems from. You can get a hundred on a task the them all the time. I got all the time. But you get Huntersville. You'll give hundreds the doll peg me out tax punched me once and it hurt. I you do you. Three showed me at at three which was a tend to be funny. Let's just be clear all no. I don't. I just wanted to be painfully clear to everyone. Everyone listening that it was a joke. Shove and it was three. You Act like you acted like it was a Tan. Felt like a ten. I got bulldozer. I fell on the floor. My hair fell out or your hair fell out. Listen if I gave you a ten dot dot well yes because I apparently enhance your book is other people's hundreds because you gave me a quote uh-huh three I gave you a three and it was a seven hundred thirty l.. Is that no. It wasn't it was thirty percent capable of. Oh my God I could have three point one times dip terrorists say yeah I just got my score. Okay Well No. That's what you said is I mean ninety two and you WANNA stay there. I'M GONNA say Okay Ninety three. Oh Okay I don't think rob has these. These types of this type of scrutiny. Do you have any hundreds Probably Not Oh robs snobby on.
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"I won. Oh I want I won you lose. No I was just like oh my gosh. Wow okay. That's over. I one and then everyone's like congratulations. Congratulations that's a great house. Oh Yeah right you just saw red. Oh Yeah my howls. Howls Miami? I don't want it and just wanted to win. What if you sold it to the guy immediately after for a loss cut a dog? I just wanted to win. I like winning and but then later that night you started thinking about his feelings and yeah I do. I feel sad that they they lost something they wanted and they put in the amount of time. I put into this which is a lot so I felt bummed out for them but also they're gonna find their house house. That's there's that's meant to be that they love but their family doesn't live next door that I know of right mind does that's right and we are going to be all Elon. Musk if you're listening. I'm sure you are for your huge fan of the show. We want you to bring your boring equipment over and we would like to to drill a tunnel from our house to Monaco's channel channel that's between the Channel And when we as boring equipment man he's not doing a judgment on your equipment like Oh. That's born yawn now now. It's a the actual mechanism bore a bore. Yeah into the ground. We need that. I would love a tunnel but you know what I'd be scared of that tunnel you were. Oh Yeah No. The only entry points were our our houses. I'd be scared of collapsing. Oh okay well. What if it was reinforced with some concrete with rebar Elon? Musk is doing it. All feel pretty confident bent not experience and channel buildings. He does yeah boring. Companies done quite a bit of boring all right. Well that's very exciting company company. Okay well that was a big update for everyone. H And r block all the pain and strife led me here. Yeah Yeah you're here. Okay Kerry I love that. She has spent so much time in Michigan and has reverie for it. Yeah she really likes it yes me like her more. Okay you like my home state. Wow that's very selfish view so she your mom Tom mccarey. Oh yeah that was so sweet that carry remembered it is sweet and it's so funny. Your mom has spoken so many words. It's about you to all these random. It's basically your worst nightmare you know like when you're a young actor in your mom's out saying you know my son it's pretty much your worst fear. But I'm ED vantage point in life. That is very cute off and I most certainly would do it. If Lincoln was in show business and I was meeting Yang show-bizzy speedboat. Do you know my daughter Lincoln. Yeah that's it's very cute. Okay so Dan you you touch on the Dan savage study about controlling for slut shamed safety. So I'm going to read. What dance exactly? Okay there's a study where they sent attractive young women on a college campus and offered anonymous sex and ninety eight percent of the guys said yes and they reverse that that and all the women said no then they redid the city in Germany and controlled for violence slut shaming rape and. They did it with computers and showed pictures and said you know. These people are at the end of the hall. No one will ever know. You won't be harmed. There'll be no violence and women were as likely as men yes. That's what dance. I believe there was a big difference but I do still find it hard to believe it was equal. Well I still hanging onto that bit of you. Just refuse to hear that part. No I mean do do you have that at all. Do you have any residual like it's one thing to learn something new but to like stomach it on a cellular level where you're like. Yeah I knew it I still go like I would expect the number to double or quadruple drubel. Or whatever when you control for those elements. But I wouldn't have predicted or expected to be on par with guys chair. I get that you guys are fucking. Vacuum cleaners liners. And they're fucking like holes in the Dir- you know just just my experience. A boys growing up is like you know these are called. ABOR hyper hyper these. These are college kids. So they're not they're probably not at the like sticking their penis in the dirt away. I think they've gotten over that part but I see see what you mean. Well you know I tell you when I was very young ice but my peniston the toilet paper roll holder share because it was circular and I was like Oh that might feel good how over you I was eleven and it was a circle shape. Seem like oh I should put my penis in there. Because that's cylinder. How did you even know? Oh about you already knew about you already had sex by then. Oh no not almost way later. This is the very short well owners. Yeah a losing only a year or two after you first started getting Boehner said so rare now on the yeah right well. Yeah I don I well It's hard to remember exactly. I'm sure I got that Boehner's all the time. I'm sure he got like Boehner's got Boehner writing that moped I told you and I certainly got bones but but the very first sexual feelings feelings were. I want to say at the end of fifth grade beginning of six great where I was like. I think I told you had a dream that I had sex with a rock on the way to school. What do you do not just like I had I used to walk by this huge rock in my neighborhood expert on the corner and I had no sexual feelings towards this rock at all but I had a dream where I had a boehner and I was humping the raw in the dream it was. It was pleasurable and I assume it was probably humping my mattress mice lease sure and then when I woke up and I had all these confused feelings like I had a desire to grind up up against that rock and then I walked to school that day and I looked at that rock but I didn't have any attraction to the rock once I saw it in person but all all that happens so I'm just saying something is like Gnawing at me. Yeah starting in Fifth Grade I believe and I mean I feel like Komo. Sixth grade people were like doing stuff under the bleachers by the wayside. If my mother at some point on her deathbed it said to me your three years older than we told you you are. I would believe I wouldn't be shocked because I was suspiciously bigger than everyone and then I had sex at twelve which may be really except fourteen or fifteen now. I'm just I'm not. I'm not saying I think that's what happened. But if she said that certain things things would make sense see. You think you're forty seven on my forty seven or so. We already established on the last fact. Check that you are actually actually younger. You look young only look a couple years older than me who looks twenty four mount true not true true yes it is. We'll thank thank you. It's not a compliment. Okay okay. I'm sorry I don't thank you and I'm and I'm sorry. What if your parents told you Monica? We have something to tell you. You're two years younger than we told. You also mildly believable right. Yeah Yeah but then I'd be like Oh my God that's great news. Fourteen or sites started kindergarten when I was two. Ah I would love what they said do you to go. We have something to tell you. You're of under kid. We want to tell you this before where we die. I would love that. Oh you're my whole life. I wouldn't be shocked at all. No one one set it with your really just twenty six twenty six. That was twenty six to thirty kindergarten at zero minus two mine in his two. That's not possible. I guess what if they bring a newborn baby to kick start putting you in a bassinet Richard that as well off sitting at a desk your first steps in third grade and now I was a wonder kid. That's right so I would have taken a map. Six months old any who I forget I was gonna say something. Oh I guess just sex. You had a so early. Yeah I apologize for what seizing a feeling that deserve like I'm supposed to say I'm sorry or I regretted or something but I don't no one's asking need to say that I think people are rightfully troubled by that. Well you can think of some twelve year olds where you're like. Oh my goodness the baby's yeah but I was five ten in one hundred and fifty five pounds. I mean it it just because you were a tall ends. I was already in the upper ten percentile of male sides. But that doesn't mean your brain was mature. Well I think in my case it was because I was under kid like the opposite. So you weren't a wonderful well if we could a kin and and you say wonder Kim I'm saying under kid I wonder if it's under kin or wonder kid I think it's I'm saying underpinned. Oh okay well. I think it's a German thing. Is Anna Funder under bar. I think it spell at the W. Right. They pronounced it. Just don't do that. I don't do accents right right right right. You don't do characters okay. She was in the Mickey Mouse Club. That's exciting all new Mickey Females Club. Yeah and that had Britney Spears Christina Aguilera Justin Timberlake Ryan Gosling goof go list goes on and on that's really where the lists stops. Okay now. There's a lot of people but I wish I was on it do. Yeah Yeah you would. You would have been great. Little loved loved it You would have played many miles a lot. Oh did they do look. I don't think they played. I don't know I've never seen a single episode. Ah We like Lovett and we wish we're on it but I've never seen single up so okay Tony Luca. He was on parenthood season to episode twelve called. Meet the new boss. His Song was called like love I'M GONNA listen to it. Yeah I'm GonNa love it you know that's where I get. Most of my music is watching. TV and then downloading song. I know I like this about you. It's a very cute thing that most of your music comes. TV shows you like well. I like it. Because there's there's a memory associate you connect a whole emotional tableaux to it. That's right speaking of that. I'll skip ahead 'cause she. She says that she thought they use the van. Morrison Song sweet thing in the scene and the Americans with the young fifteen year old. I remember a scene with the two to them and music so strongly and it was so impactful but it wasn't that song and then I looked it up and I don't think that's on is is in the show but this it's this song I'm GonNa play some of it. Wow this is great..
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Like this again Someone else fucking yell at me today. Jesus Christ well that is over one thing too that Americans as well were you able to shrug that stuff off you know. Yes the Americans you know when you're filming so compartmentalize you can walk off and have a cough like you check out whatever. Check out for a minute and you have to do that. Hard thing for a really concentrated amount of time a finite amount of time there's something going to replay it just like reliving it and reliving every living. Ah Yeah Yeah I mean maybe maybe. That's why I'm not like a true true because there was a certain point where I was like just felt like a and it was the nature of that play anyway. Mike character punching bag on being yelled at constantly. I was just like I do think there's something energetically to it. You can't be yelled at at a certain point. I was like the fucking back. Now Yeah did. Jj Director Star Wars. Yes we did it so it was all over. The world was an England where was in in London and in Pinewood where they shot the original. Oh were you a star wars person. The original totally you are. I can't imagine you've ever worked on anything that had that scaled. How did it? I mean mission impossible's obviously huge but star wars. That's like it's just the biggest I ever to be the biggest circus ever and the amount of artistry and creativity and money that goes into every little. It's kind of the way they used to make movies John Huston movie or one of those movies where you go and you just you're gonna GonNa live somewhere for a year and you're gonNA dive in and you know even when I was fifteen in doing big Disney movies like honey. I shrunk the kids it was sort. SORTA the same. You'd have to go into a costume fitting. It was on a lot now. It's all sort of cobbled together in a great way to independent film and they don't make movies like that anymore and star yours is so that I would be flown into four or five fittings in they would die the fabrics. Then go no should be this and we should have this medal able to create this. It was so it's a real creative thing instead of time travel and you're inexperienced that just doesn't really exist doesn't they. Had the best of all worlds. Because I wasn't on it all the time so what I did is I would fly in. Matthew was doing a project in Northern Ireland. We had all the kids. Is it like this great house grab all around and then I would fly in on my own for like two nights had like a great hotel room. It's a fancy. Dinner is how is so nice and then go back to the grading back to the grind three-year-old yelling. We everyone screaming at each other and then I I would do two weeks somewhere and I went back just before Christmas and did my other two weeks so it was. Oh One and you've seen it I haven't i. I have the opportunity to see it tomorrow night but I'm like do I want to see it was like four people. Do you WanNa see star wars with four people want to see with an audience. Yes yes yes. Is it exciting. It is fun you know because it's the first thing that my twelve year old legitimately thinks cool right and by the way not Ativan that cool. He's like Let's cool thanks. We have the kids could care less Christians and frozen so that's just the nature of the nature of the beast. How old are yours now? Foreign six bucks Cernan five and a couple of weeks so four five and six well. What's the birthday December nineteenth because I have a December twenty seven? Oh you do. And she doesn't quite yet understand. What a like? She actually just said to me waiting for my birthday so I'd like to do this but no one's coming. No one's in town especially in New York City Great. We'll see what we can work out. Yeah so mine's January second which is terrible. It's bad birth but at least they'll diseases before things worse to have it just after Christmas you just got. Ah We're done. We have fatigue. James Second. People just made their New Year's resolutions. They don't drink they don't want to eat they want like they're supposed to be at the fucking workout Kaushik four hour fitness instead of medicine. That's right okay. I won't last question. This is a question from my wife. Okay when I said I was coming to talk do you today. She wants to know if you've gotten thin shamed over your career thin shamed yet if you've gotten accused of having eating disorders and stuff over your career. There was a time when I remember someone saying she looks really skinny. But you know what I am a thin like Joe. Yeah and you you know when I get stressed out I get skinny like when I was going through my divorce. I got really skinny. Ah Yeah so but it seems like people can't win in any way it's like okay so nothing that you really are like just stop evaluating my weight nothing like where you felt like it was not troublesome to you not troublesome I mean I'm not visible enough in a great way back to what we started this conversation. I never had social anxiety. I'm an extrovert. I loved going parties. I love talking to people in holding in court and certainly over the last seventeen years or whatever I've developed social anxiety I too will go to a bathroom and just fucking sit in there for like forty five minutes. Let's say twenty five people at some big party. I just start getting really uncomfortable and a couple of different times of Kristen. I've started in the bathroom. And I'm in there for forty eighty five minutes and then they just leave out the back door and texter. I've walked back to the hotel like you can take the car. I've walked back up done that. Probably a half dozen times so enact started it is an extrovert. So it's interesting. Yeah I think even if you aren't extroverted can be uncomfortable so I can't imagine your favorite thing is yet to be recognized. Maybe I have to say. I'm pretty lucky. Like people are generally pretty nice to me. Yeah Yeah you know for the most part. We'll you certainly delivered into my expectations because we had that great interaction action at the night before party. I really interact getting Dr Ongoing. She is so she talked way too much. I adore like her and Chris and I both were like well. She's Goddamn lovely is against and then we fell in love with Americans for that so it was all just icing on the cake and We wish you luck with this movie. I doubt it will do very well. But Star Wars the rise of Skywalker December twentieth or having bring the Ken down. Yeah I adore you and You know everything was true. She was really with Tony. Monica owning and now my favorite part of the show the the fact check with my soul mate Monica Batman welcome to carry fact check..
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"I was already like a riding that weird wave and I think I was already like rebelling in my own mind and pushing it all away so in a way I was like a cue like I don't fucking care and cut my hair but the other thing that saved me is on on that show. I was never the pretty girl on that. Show the pretty girls were the guest characters. Were these glamorous. Pretty long haired girls and I was the the nerd on that show. That was my I was the no no makeup okay. We're big baggy sweaters. So there was such freedom and power in that I got to be funny. I got to be a sad. I got to be stupid. The girls had to come on. I remember this one particular girl won't say her name but I remember her coming on and thinking. Oh my God she is so pretty. I remember being jealous. I remember thinking he's GonNa think she's really pretty but I remember watching going. She's so uncomfortable because she has to be pretty and I don't have to be pretty at all. I just have to be. What Am I? Yeah yeah so it was Kinda good but very ironic because and I don't think this is my own personal proclivity but you are certainly one of the cues people on TV period. So I can't even imagine. I imagine that there were people that were cast against you. That were more elegant or glamorous but I don't know like when I go in those in that era of like auditioning and doing all that stuff I would be told over and especially if it was like a superhero movie thing. They're like don't forget where very high heels a really padded Bra I I got I got the first five times. Nobody would get it and then get another pet bro. Put it. Yeah yeah got it. But that's the cool thing about nothing twenty anymore like you just kind of listen I mean we all have our own stuff but the at least I look at my girlfriend's I think they're prettier now than they ever were. I think H- like now they just look so good to me. Sure I don't know anyway. I think you do in the Americans whether it was consciously or not was a way for you to go on not playing that game the game where my beauty is my ah asset and I feel like the Americans was like a really maybe now. In retrospect smart thing neglect. No no I'm going to be like James Gandolfini. I'm just GONNA be fucking powerhouse awesome. That's GonNa be the thing you want for me. But that was all such a surprise I was in the middle having kids and small kids. This is when Americans yeah came your way and and I mean I wanted to do something good but I didn't. I wasn't ambitious enough to be chasing every little thing. I have a much more. Some would argue not upgrade philosophy on it. I have a much more zen thing about it idea about trying to force anything. Don't try to force if it comes my way like I kind of believe in like the flow oh of it. That's how it calms. There's one little thing I want to ask win. Felicity ended. You moved to New York. Yeah what motivated that flip. Felicity was so great in so many ways. It was the first time I really felt like I was an actor. I love the story. I loved everything about it but I just needed a break. I knew I couldn't do it anymore. More and there was certainly money to be made in the great opportunities. But I knew the I needed to just check out for a minute and I thought maybe I'll go to school. What do I want to do and so I took a little bit more than a year off maybe a year and a half? I was the only one of those kids who didn't buy a big house or didn't buy fancy NC car and so. I just thought I'd saved all this money. I had no time to spend money on that show. Eighteen hours a day. You know so I moved to New York where a couple of my really close girlfriends lived and got this great apartment in the West village and just acted like a kid. While just GonNa say were you starting to feel like. Oh Wow if I don't take guitar out right now. I'm in the machine on the conveyor belt and it's just all GonNa pass by me and I never had my own real life quote real time and I just think I just wanted to like be able to show up for birthday parties and go out dancing with my girlfriends and be drunk and do basic things and real life things that that I was craving to yours so fun twenty four when I know I was probably. Oh Yeah. Oh yeah so maybe I was more like twenty six twenty six in your single single all my God and you're going out dancing so fun. Oh my goodness would think it'd be so crazy and like kind of salacious sexual but you know what the real beauty of it was my girlfriends just being able to be there and hear about all their dates and I fucking talking love that we would watch the bachelor. Just come out. It was so fun and it was just like I got my life back and that's when I very first start going in dates in the but that's such a fun city I'll find. You can look into not super poor like I had enough money to have an it was such a rate time in your in the thick of it with three kids. Are you just like a man. I could go for just a weekend in that apartment three times a day. Yeah hit but you're you're really a serial monogamous right. You've got a long term relationships along there's so many times I'm like date Moore one and they just like take every opportunity. It was such a good girl. Why do they do that? Yeah I tried it for like a half a second win in New York and I was like. It's not that that fun. No right but it's not really fun to do actually like hang out with strangers. You don't really like yeah. I kind of agree. Yeah but some people love it. That's that's under that's true. Some people of it. Yeah all right so no I like oh no you know what you know you know what you know okay so back to you get a script assent to you. I assume that's the Americans and it's on Fx. Do you know the producers and anyone and we naive to matthew as I was I had met him once before I met him ten years before. Where in Rustic Canyon at a kickball party of that's where you're were way to meet Senate parking lot at do you know just has been no? They have a kickball party every year. I don't know if they still do this is I hope and I was moving to New York that fall so I showed up at the end and then everyone was leaving. The Sun was setting and there were these two Welsh guys in the parking lot and we have beer left. We have beer laugh come over here. sat in the parking lot. No kidding so when the surp- floating floating his name are you do you go like oh I met him. He's a great hang. No memory of no memory of him you you since you previous breakthrough were down the line. we were already in like com- like training with each combat training like sweaty in boxing. All these things and I remember him us like eating Sushi lunch or something. Whatever sweaty and he's like you know we've met and I said no you haven't unease like yeah we have is like We went to a kickball party. The and I opened a bit. I was like Oh my God and lightning flooding. They knew exactly. The way was as like you left me a drunk message. Oh so exciting. Site Seth Meyers. Seth Meyers years ago and I told him that stories like he really plays the long game. Play at at the C.. You in ten years. That's here's a free beer. Elsie and ten. We'll knock out six seasons amazing show together. We'll have a kid okay. So you read the Americans and you love the pilot. Obviously I assume I liked. I didn't know where it was going to go. Okay so this is my statement about the show. I've been purged. Many many the people who watch it and this is what I say to people. Watch Americans just get through the first four or five episodes by the way but no no. I'll tell you the exact moment. Okay attach things off. Okay I say you'll watch it in the first four or five you'll be like it's a good show. It's a well made good show it's well acted and then someone's in a phone booth and then they get taken by ether from behind and pulled out of the phone booth. I think it's you. Oh Oh and they and that motherfucking show takes off from that moment. That show does not let up for like thirty some when we're like in and they're like like kidnapped yes yes fighting. The Jess and I was from that moment. Just from that fucking from behind ether to the face I was like what and then the the stakes that you guys maintained how they did it. They were so so great. It's such a great show to binge too because you just want more episodes. Ah Good Matthew. I don't know that I've ever had such a like an experience just gaining so one over by somebody in such a short period of time I feel I like that is him. Is that him general. He's cool to get your Seth Meyers says. He plays a long game and he does he does he does. There's a sexiness to him. There's a so like crazy sexiness. So goddamn see how he does it he just he just has that he has some kind of internal confidence finance. That's the gravity he is like he's like down and he just like has this thing. We'll be anywhere. I remember being I dunno with some fancy like met ball one of those. Yeah stupid things. And Diane von Furstenberg comes up to us and she's just like crazy and like do whatever she does talking and she's like you. I I watched you on a plant. People just like zero in on him and I'm like that's his currency wave length of it. Yes oh I like it a lot..
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"So you move to La by yourself. Seventeen and then. How quickly do you get felicity? Oh that was a couple years later so I worked on just like TV shows. You know just like getting gusts star and then felicity. I was probably like twenty one. Yeah really quick back to Tony is interviews. Got Come clear did you guys cohabitate in La. Now Yeah Oh you did live together together all right so I was just worried about how lonely were and I'm a little worried about your safety but it sounds like maybe we're good. Yeah Tony for a long time so you didn't live at Oakwood though did you. I did from a moment. Here's the other thing we love when I lived there. I think I was doing that movie with my mom. Okay there they've got a buffet breakfast. We understand cut off. I never saw that. Oh we're told there are lots of don't know such. It's a creepy place right creepy kids. There's a lot of different experiences that come out of there was like the highlight of their. It was so fun like my. I did this. Movie's a thorough with this little boy. Judge Hutcherson who's now huge star. And when I met him I would go pick them up at the Novi Department and take them to like this car boys when we work together yet he you loved it. He wanted me to come for breakfast they had like this terrible buffet at all like all like waffles and donuts and stuff. You know breakfast is a breakfast and there's take care it was heaven and I was like Oh this is so fun for him and then of course. There's a dark underbelly of that place which is like stage MOMS in Dad's children and just creep city. Okay so do remember as you were auditioning for felicity. Did you have any awareness of the the stakes of it or were you like. Oh this is another pilot it may or may not get picked up where you cognizant of the fact like this is a gigantic opportunity. This is what I can tell you about that in the actual story of the pilot is sort of sad and true but I thought it was hilarious and when I finally went for this screen test and there yeah I think the ruling four of us I remember left and I drove a pickup truck. At the time. I drove my truck by myself to go have dinner like a steak dinner. Oh I myself and before we had cell phone so I remember thinking it's a big deal to me if I get it or if I don't get it it it will because you had an opportunity because an opportunity. It's actually something good that I actually like so I went and I had a big steak and I ride delayed here in Sizzler. It's better and I got home and then I heard the call like if you got it or not like on your answering machine my answering Indian dance in your apartment. Get excited I was. I was happy you process things how you process things and I think I process things alone and and I think some people process them by talking about like meeting people and going faulk. I hope I got that. I hope that that would make me sweat like you know what I mean to Thi. I want to go in a room and you know I just came from all the press for this Disney thing. I need a minute like when I go to those talk shows or all that stuff. I don't have anyone come with me. I don't have hair and makeup. It stresses me out. I need to be alone is needed quiet so that I can go out. Put all that Shit. Because it's not my normal. Yeah that's not your natural state right. I totally agree with you and I to go to talk shows. I don't come with anyone in in the segment producers in just the general staff at these shows are always Cheryl scared for their like. What are you going? I can't get water. I'm going to be okay either. Think like you've been stood up. Yeah I almost feel like I'm a loser like a moment movies by myself because we like myself by the way a movie nice but I too loved. I'm like I need thirty minutes to think about what's coming next. Yeah but I think in general even if there is a good thing or a stressful thing I need to sort of take it down like process it on my I own filter it first and then I can kind of. Do you think that has anything to do with us. Speaking Middle Children. Oh you're middle to. I'm a middle child and so much of my life. Life was kind of private because there was a teenager who was insane and then there was a baby who needed tons of attention. I want my mom to no. I'm not making any problems for you. That was kind of breaks my heart. But it's too I think more than that what you're describing. I do think there's a truth to introvert introvert and extra I do because I feel like there are moments where I could be really loud and really crazy but I think just the way you like to recharge. Yeah if I'm at a dinner party I am fucking loving. I still have to take myself to the bathroom and have a minute to go. I just need a minute like the moon and then I'm going to come back out. Or if I have to be the premier or a crowd shake it out cabinet. Go Hide in the store. How can I be in here? Okay okay I'M GONNA come back out. I have to take it down for a minute and then head back out just like doing press and and being a you know on talk shows and all those things if if you're not funny and you know super confident like I went to a hypnotist for like sweating so I was like so nervous after felicity. I became paralyzed. You know nervous while doing press or just shooting in general press mostly then it got into like being even around people like my girlfriend Mandy in. LA would call. And it's back. When do you remember? We had those things go caller. Id Code and I'd pick up the phone. Hello it's me calling. Why do you sound scare me? I didn't mean to so scared I'm just having of like people are like an. I can't imagine what people feel now with like social media and I had none of that well and then also again. I don't think I was ever was famous as you are on felicity and then neither of even one billion famous like when Robert Downey junior goes to a mall or something and people literally have to stop running the store. They're running or whatever to go get involved but there's something specific about felicity and they were huge and they were huge too Yang audience. That is fervent. So Robert Downey Junior. Yes but he has a different thing going on the on the West Wing. Who probably I believe? They had many more viewers than Tun getting the same attention. Probably because the fan base is when I was young people would slam on their brakes and threatened to kill me. Because that's what I'm saying. Of course I had like Super Nice people come up going going based on how you I want to be like. Yeah but it's a lot of energy is toward you and at the time. So young in such intermittent didn't quite have the language bridge for that at the time so you need to tap out earlier than other people need to ensure now I know it one of my best girlfriend's New York who was also on the Mickey ask Clem. Who is now like a big time lawyer doesn't under the stuff? One of the first big talk shows I went on a true story. Rosie O'Donnell Vakman. She had a show go back in a million years ago and I went on and I got that overwhelming thing. I got so overwhelmed. I walked out. I could feel it. It as a stage manager is going and three. Oh and it was like slow-motion heartbeat. I can't hear my own voice. I'm walking Out and by the way she couldn't have been nicer writing. She's so warm. She's so nice she's asking me questions. Tears coming down life smiling and acting like it's fine wiping them away going Colorado I grew up there and she's home correct and and I was so ashamed of myself that I couldn't do it like I locked myself in the bathroom. The hotel well I was just like I was. I fucked it up. I was so bad at it and my girlfriend at the time Alana was like you know what I just saw. It was like a big famous person at the time Kim basing her on and she was so nervous and you know what I liked her for. It made me think that must be so nerve. Wracking the doll. Aw loved her for Sanaa. Like it is nerve racking. Okay now I gotta go back to felicity listening okay. So that's J. J. The show. Jj today okay. Great and so you guys have now worked together three times. That's true right because he did mission. Impossible three and now star wars possible three. It was awesome. It was an awesome death people still. That's a great death. I don't I never watched the show but I was too to Monica's because point I was acutely aware of it like I knew I knew you were felicity. I knew exactly what you look like. I'd seen a bunch of magazine covers. I saw billboards and everything the. WB is a small but a lot of those shows in that era. I knew I was many shows. Yes that's true. And if they were young shows like I knew that Smallville I knew those but I didn't watch watch but I know what it is yes in all the actors and I knew they were popular and stuff so now what I have very thin understanding of but I we know is a huge to do is that you cut your hair season and everyone freaked out. People lost their Shit Shit now to me. Just I find that because I wasn't on the inside inside of it. It seems preposterous and Hilarious to me. Just Larry Learning this but so between season one and two coming back on season two yet. A new HAIRDO and new HAIRDO. Who chose rose to have a new hairdo so? Jj Matt Show Okay. Yeah it wasn't like you were like I'm changing this up. So this is the beginning of of where I understood how things play in the press. Right so how. Things are taken out of context. Yeah so when I did that that show. We're wrapping up the show and hair and makeup trailer end of season. One was putting everything in boxes other stuff and the whigs and there was a wig. Big that was like a little boys or some shit. I don't know and I put it on is a joke because we would shoot two five in the morning on a Friday night and I put it on and they took a picture of me because they were like and they said you know it'd be really funny. Send this to Jane Matt over the break because I had such a big burly hair and send it to them and just say this is a cute to give him a panic. Panic attacks and I sent a letter I send you guys. I just did it and they thought it'd be so cute if I cut my hair. It's like a polaroid I'm up in Muskoka girl love Muskoka Coca. I grew up going to Muskoka. Von My girlfriend. Yeah so I was up Muskoka swimming with her in the lake in sounds like there's a phone call from you you have to take it's Jj and Matt. There's no laughing about how funny the joke is there like seriously would you. Oh I was like guys. Wasn't that funny. They're like no seriously usually we saw that picture and we thought that is what every college girl does. They break up with her boyfriend and they cut their hair radical asom radical and. I said sure okay. So they cut it to show. Oh Okay we filmed my hair cut and yet people. I think so what happened was there was an executive at one of those upfront things. Who as a joke in a speech said we'll we'll never let someone cut their hair again So then it became my problem And it was just a joke. If that whole event how if I was a part of something and all of a sudden basically what I would have interpreted from. That is oh I was hanging on by such a threat and now this hair was the only thing attractive brought me and now that's gone now. People hate me it would have confirmed my own story about myself that I'm not enough. I mean I mean who knows I I had my insecurities. We're probably at such massive levels at that time but they're grown people had a mom at a mall. Come up to me during that time. Go before you cut your. Oh you're like oh thanks you for that. Ah but there's also been a kid in that storm..
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"FOR FREE LINE UP to get the kids like I have five five in my family. They were someone else would have six. Get an all these people for from Texas or whatever and then we'd go to work but my brother would take my silver pass and just like do acid with friends wonderful. Oh Yeah. He was hilarious for the whole year. You're there no just the summer so just the summer. I think I think I would be out of school like a month and then I'd have to go back. God It okay so let you were back and forth back and forth a little bit. What was it like to be in the grind of high school like say tenth grade going? Oh God his we get oversight oversight go because what a different life you have your hotshot in Florida you have autonomy. You've got some money money. Yeah you basically your own place. Yeah and and then you're stuck back in school back in reality. You could hold both thoughts right because there's a part of me that really craved like I never went to a school dance or like there were little things that I missed which I think continued into my twenties when I worked on felicity. I'm so grateful for all my experiences but I think you did did pay some price. You missed some. There's always a price so I think you know when my girlfriend talks about going to summer camp on like a summer camp. Well what I was GonNa say is you. You're kind of living in two dramatically different cultures one during the Sony which is all kind of artsy and everyone loves singing and dancing and expressing. And then you're going back to Oh Colorado but that year for I think Disney because I was under their umbrella like the old studio system so they put me in it was like a Maria part two or something of honey. I shrunk the kit honey honey. I blew up the kids so I did that during the week and then I would fly the red eye on a Friday and shoot the Saturday the Mickey Mouse Club in life back on Sunday night and I remember I used to cry on the plane just wanted to be around the kids because the movie it was just me and adults base by the way. It was so uncool like the cool kids. Were getting drunk and doing fun things. And and and we were like learning dance numbers meeting boys to men and cadets the Bible we're people fascinated by you back in high school when you return to reality I feel like I would have been very curious about the fact that you were on television and win away to Orlando. Oh I don't think so missed is I feel like you might have missed it. I mean it's not that cool Monica thing. I think that is cool. I know you do but I'm always Monica. Fight all the time. I'm like there's so many boys we're giving you rhythm and you missed it I just don't I just know I know for sure but it doesn't like to start the soccer team. I think that would have been a bigger deal at the KEG party but just in general interest in you had to have exist. I think so. No I don't want to do and Tony Fall for each other. I mean it was their school then Yeah Yeah Michigan. You can't imagine phone ringing gene and going like. Do you know that girl from felicity that Tony's girlfriend bullshit so in my on my own you like magazines and Shit almost not possible so talented. By the way of course episode I think of parenthood he came in formed. Yeah I WANNA say that he music. Yeah because we would have all these different musicians on that. Show like James Taylor. I mean he's he's so he can play. Anything can play. Piano is just like silk. So you know. I don't even know that I know him. Just very good friends with colon. I think I met him a couple times but I've inflated that over the years back when he was really famous and I had nothing to going to. I think it acted like we were really tight end so talents sweet and then so when we met on parent I kind of found myself in this position where I was like. I think of acted like we're really good friends and now now realizing we're not gonNA be okay with it totally okay with that okay. So first seasons. He's in one of Mickey Mouse because this is important. I want to know when you're going back. Are you not only going back to reality. But you're also a long term relationship you're juggling and you're you're on you're on TV in some guys. Whether you were augmented over. Not were definitely interested in you. I think we were like made out her. I don't know what you do but I think we became boyfriend girlfriend later when we were a little bit older and then like season. Three of She doesn't remember hypnotists hypnotize. It is going to say like Oh did you drive on your I. I'm GonNa get her there Monica. I remember driving. What no I dated? Now it's breakthrough different guy. Okay slightly older Gorge Kaga Albert Geico Albert Albert fields. He was a part of this like branch off. who was like this cool dude who poor mother? She stressed about it stress. Because you're in show business now. I mean I was wild okay so tony was like the Nice guy ended up with the end. Albert wasn't Nice. Yeah you you don't have to name names but was there any like Raunchy behind the scenes like we're because what I've seen. There's of course I've met a couple of different Disney stars through sobriety. Let's say of course in some pretty hard fucking goings on you know so. It wasn't like it wasn't that crazy. No they were. They're pretty nerdy. Nice kid good except that the drag is at about seventeen all the girls would get like booted off. The guys could stay till they were like twenty five. Oh that's an exaggeration. And what do you suppose because girls. They're like sexualize and they don't they don't want them to have big boobs or anything. All of it. The Mole Shebang stay okay now when that was coming to an end and you knew it was going to come to an end. Obviously you're eighteen when it ended. Yeah I think I cut it off at seventeen seventeen eighteen and so was it something that while you were approaching that did you go like Oh i Wanna continue to do this. I want to continue to make a living doing this. And had you redirect directed your desire to be strictly dancer into. I just want to be a performer. What kind of plans that you have for yourself? As big I was seventeen. I graduated tweeted high school early. Because if you were any wave at a decent student you could graduate early because you can do it as fast as you could At this like onset tutoring Yom awesome. So I did and move to la at seventeen. Did you get emancipated or you just went or did mom come with you. I think someone drove me but then I was just there her. Awhile already been doing stuff on your practice being independent at that point I was pretty independent but still you have two kids. You have three kids. I have three kids. I can't imagine and I was in a world of craziness already to like I was while I I was in Okinawa. Royal talking about. I wasn't even a party I was. I would hate to think of my daughter and I go. Oh fuck you know what I mean. I just was in adult situations a little bit. I just feel like I was in over my head. I'm glad I'm okay..
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"He kind of amazing and he would sit down at dinner with you and say instead of saying what do you do. You know. He'd say what excites you. Oh and I I don't know but I think I brought that story up and then I remember thinking what a year that's so refreshing to know that everyone leaves parties and like replays. The whole thing. Yeah now you grew up in Orange County or at least you were born and brought home from the hospital. I was born in Fountain Valley California and I moved to Arizona When I was like one and until I was thirteen was in Arizona? Okay and so David Your Dad. He worked for Nissan for Nissan. So it was. What was dad's occupation was he a market market friends? Make Fun of him when I say this but I call him like a suit for Nissan but to me he wore a suit and he left the house but he didn't sell cars he's he was is like a like a parts manager so he would leave you know. He was out of the House three days. A week driving Kingston Arizona and Flagstaff Arizona and selling the part that I don't know like writing the reports. Okay so we probably worked for corporate kind of monitored he zone probably in he made sure okay. Yeah and then my father sold cars at dealerships my whole so we have a car connection. Yeah and then mom was a homemaker okay and then you an older brother rather the guys and the little sister especially okay. Now you you didn't just stop Arizona though right because now you guys went to Texas we went to Colorado for high school. Okay early high school and then I started working. Thank you mouse. You did that shoot in Orlando or did then okay so backup cup. So that's a lot of moving And how did you take to especially if you left when you were what thirteen or fourteen to go to Colorado. That's a pretty significant age. Start over I think yeah I I had to start over a lot and it takes a certain kid you know it was harder on other of my siblings but I I. I was sort of a loner anyway. So it kind of I mean I had a best friend in Arizona that I grew up with. But then I'm not like Super Gregarious or it. Kinda keep to myself anyway. So you're an introverted. Yes it was okay It's easier for introverts. Maybe oh yeah. Maybe I don't know a doubt. It's easy for anyone. Yeah but you were dancing. That was a hobby of yours. Yes then I in Colorado. I got super involved in dance and that was kind of my sport. And that's all I you did from three in the afternoon till nine o'clock at night. What kind of dance the every kind like? Somebody parents didn't have a ton of money so I got a scholarship at a studio and you'd have to go win and clean the bathrooms and sweep the floors or whatever but then you'd have to take a certain requirement of classes so half of them have ballet jazz. You know like whatever but that's kind of what I did alter my teenage years. Did you do any extra curricular activity based around that where you unlike pom squad or cheer anything because it was so. I was so like single-minded on succeeding at that Dan so at that time. Did you have fantasies of being like a professional personal dancer. I guess so like that's all I cared about an certainly kept me out of a like a lot of trouble right. I think I would have been just keeps. You have trouble when you're yet cause so you'd have to find a different group that would've accepted you. Yeah it and if you're shy exactly. I just did that and did on the weekends. I did all the time so I didn't have after totally fine my my way when you're imagining being a professional dancer. I don't even really know what that means. That mean you dance on Broadway or does that mean you're Mikhail Baryshnikov are the battle although music videos of sort of comeback anyways. Growing up like MTV all those like the like there was a really cool girl then carry on that show her that would have been sort of like five people and by the way the way when you're thirty your body's so wrecked so in a way I had the best of all worlds because I was snatched out of that and then got to transfer before I broke my body in a way that right and I didn't have anything else kind of going on but was acting in that mix not at all. Just dance just dance okay. So first of all. How do you get discovered by Disney? You go to a giant casting call with like hundreds of kids. It's yeah with all my little dance in Colorado or in Colorado Disney's famous for doing these like they don't want like the studio kids in New York who are trained in who are slick. They want like real kids like the Michigan Ryan from Toronto. So you know it's funny. I still see him occasionally. It's like I'm sure he's like it. Does it's why wouldn't you claim that he's amazing. I do want to talk about that a lot of people I think. Feel like. That's something they have to shed. Its gold your gold. Doing Bell BIV devoe wraps. I'm sorry sorry I'm like doing the Roger Rabbit and run. Come on. It doesn't get better than that. So you go to some Convention Center I assume or some regency yours. Then you wait for hours with your friends and everyone's like waiting like their hair done APP or whatever they're doing fifteen and like little kids who can sing and all this stuff and are you out the competition like all girls definitely going to get it not at all. I'm sure it was just like what are you guys doing. Okay like I'd never done this before. Oh great and go in and I do like a nerdy little dance and then who by the way that casting director so much would make something on that guy seriously and he goes You know like little little girl. She wanted to sing a song. Read like a skit about a mermaid in some recycling shit. I don't know the he said. Do you want to sing a song and I said Oh no. I don't sing and he said do you WanNa look at how many little kids are lined up outside there and you're gonNa tell me you don't want to sing and I said I don't sing. Oh boy and then he brought me back anyway and maybe sing happy birthday. Just WanNa make sure you can carry it like I would have failed that. Let me to basically Well enough that they maybe so after the first round how many people were brought back. You know then you're invited where you go with your apparent and the the the creepy thing about that show or maybe the good thing is they also interview your parents. Yeah that's a good idea. It these because some of them are crazy. Yeah as some of all parents are so then there were around twenty of us and two of those. was that in a different city or still in Denver. I think we went to L. A.. Do it all my getting excited. It's total playoffs. Yeah and I'm sure the parents are like oh I wonder if my kid's GonNa make it. Yeah it was your mom out of ten ten is she would have been like a rabid stage mom zero. She doesn't want to do it where she in that on the spectrum. I think they were just ignorant. Yeah I think I remember. We had to sign contracts before and my parents were like. What are you gonNA make money like? This is a lot of money. Yeah my parents. It couldn't be a week. Let's yeah it was crazy. How many of you come into the new cast? Okay if there's nineteen total that's how many uneven muskateers there are using the analogy. That sounds good. Okay I think there maybe seven of us new in some really amazing singers. Okay now the Timberlake the Speier's and the Ryan Gosling they were already. They had left left. They were there or they were behind you. I think they were a part of the new kids that came in and they I guess they were a part of our group but they're all twelve and I was seventeen. Take time for them. I could drive. These are like they were babies in fact I babysat Britney Spears a little sister yeah sure sure little kids. Yeah sweet little kids because really when you look at that group of people. It's almost like being on one of the the peak years of Saturday night live cast wise as far as who ended up being bizarre. It's incredible group of kids have all become hugely successful. Yeah so they put in an apartment because I was wondering. Are you in a hotel. Do you live at Epcot Center. What's going the crazy thing? Will you have to find your housing okay. So it's super low if I so they're like no you're on the show but you have to find your place to live and your income is barely enough to cover an apartment but you should work it out right. I thought it was such a cool experience. So we're like Oh my God. This is so excited to bring todd and Julie's they would come for the summers. Yes okay so we would all get these things called silver passes which gets you in the polar which you guys probably have. Well we'll side. No my mom. I'm working for General Motors. They launched the Chevrolet Lumina at Disneyworld so GM bought like. I don't know how much that thing costs for them. To Co brand with Disney but they launched the car there we were there.
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"You vacillate though between looks looks because I have over the years like recommitted to many different looks and of course this week within a week I've got like four or five styles I'm juggling. I can't towel which ones working best for me. And I'm relying on Monica largely and my wife gets style but did you have like a flair for many different kinds is like sometimes I want to look like a proper hillbilly. Sometimes I want to look like a message queue guy. I am very stylish but you have to really figure that out out when you look at me like I can. I just say one thing. This is a little much like these things didn't happen as one outfit but in its totality before I left the door looked in the mirror I was like Kerry is GonNa think you're going for like a I don't know American Eagle outfitter magazines things. It does a red wing red wing. Okay I was married to a carpenter. Okay Oh yes yes on the Internet. It was kind of elevated to contractor. But he did everything I mean. That's the nicer term. But you know yeah. I think Carpenters Cooler Than Jesus you surfing by the way we were just talking today about the real history of the real man Jesus and we were asking really weird questions like did did he. Did he have to go to the bathroom did he. Far these kind of things potentially sacrilegious. Thanks okay but glazed right over as knowing that he's a carpenter clearly. Some people Paul lived in homes built by. Jesus that's true. And if you think about the value that a Frank Lloyd Wright House batches I have to holy the house directed by the Lord that still standing I know. Can you say isis. said he was a carpenter for the kind of doesn't fit to him him right. We'll tell him what the tool Bell Thom. Yeah you don't really think of him as being very muscular well he was caught. Why Roy he was on the Cross? Yeah everyone that then was ripped. There just wasn't enough calories tonight right. You didn't get auto twinkies. Yeah you had like some ripe fruit for like three weeks a year. Can you eat as much as you could. If it wasn't in it was warmer armor there Mediterranean okay so maybe they have fresh fruit like six weeks a year scar eating various. Ah I WANNA bring people up to speed on our friendship first of all. There's two parties a year. In in Hollywood land one is the night before the Oscars Party and one is like like the night before the EMMYS party. I believe that it was the latter correct so I went one year. And you were there. 'cause you and our net had a show together for half a second Fox Fox I believe Mitch Hurwitz Create a program and you were jumping around with will and we're old friends and then you and I got to talking and I was really dying in to find out if what the reality of this kind of hometown lower about you that I had that I grew up with. I wanted to know if it checked out and here we go moniker. You Ready Buckling one of my best friends growing up Colin garlic. Who I've you've heard me talk about best guitar player Vermont? My Life Virtuoso. He he had a cousin. Tony who at a young age somehow got discovered it was on the all new. Mickey Mouse Club okay. You can't imagine what a shock shockwave. This was through our hometown hiding. That is big on. Imagine Ryan Gosling Britney Spears. These are all her cohorts. So but anyways carrying Tony we're lovers for quite some time lovers of the outside describe them. Yeah yea like the cover of a romance novel Lovers Very Very. I'm hot winds. How old is seven starting at what I started at fifteen? Oh okay program. Seventeen but there were. I think it was twelve to eighteen. Got It nineteen of us in. I want to hear hear about the love affair. Because it's GonNa be a great story but mostly I just at this party. I was like the odds. Are This has been over inflated in my hometown in that you guys maybe data for a week or two or something. But I'm just GONNA find out I said. Do you happen to remember Tony. Luca and his cousin colon in she goes. Oh my God yes I love them. I used to go to Michigan all the time all the time and I got I got really excited and then you seem to have a real sweet spot for Michigan. Your is such a sweet spot from Michigan before this meeting I met your mom like Sundance. Yes Oh my goodness and you remember all all about you know. I've heard this from many people said but I loved her connection with Michigan. Oh right and so we talked about that. Were you there in Sundance dance. For the unfortunate thing is I started his business really young. Yeah and so before kind of thirty. It's all a blur you're just like Who Am I going to make sure? I don't remember adults mania. But they remember you because you were a kid. Yeah all those stories are sort of like where where was I. I don't know but I think it was even before waitress. I think it was the upside of anger or Mike. Mike binder Mike Binder who I love Mike Finder. Nice human. What's funny is we live in an era where I was like? Oh she worked with Mike Minor when I was reading in. And I'm like I love Mike binder and I was Kinda like thank. You know. It's now dicey ask anyone like. Hey how was your experience with. I mean I've never heard half prepared at all times just like who So often I'll be like oh you were with my hero Blah Blah Blah and. The actress will go like Yeah you're not a great dude. You never know it's it's an interesting time. Yeah I mean when we had this decision changing my clothes I asked him to watch me. I don't know speaking of that. Actually we this joke which I find hilarious for women and for men when all that stuff comes out about dudes like masturbating in front of girls or whatever sure right it's it's amazing when you flip it right so I've been in the car riding around to different location with people I was working with. It would be like me going into my trailer and be like no rough. Can I have a minute mistake and me fingering myself up. Watch this watch this. Yeah Yeah but grows. There is an inherent problem in this though it would be so it's always symmetrical yes mo Harkin second-guessed that ninety six percent of guys would love to witness. This would do now take down her fans and be like to check. Check this out. Well can I tell door. I can't imagine a world in which I would want strains ranger and I'm like fuck me up having sex with you would never impulse buy right like you. Don't impulse buy yeah. This is a power thing. This is Yes it is. I think it's actually mechanical thing. Oh tell me I think. It's a mechanical thing. which is that women have to take something in to their minds into and men are just putting out and I think it's a it's a physical thing you have to trust this person exactly enough? Yeah but that's what I mean by power like relinquish some power to the man broke. The men never has to do that. Well do you know Dan say okay so so. He drew up when we were talking to him. He perfectly illustrated this issue. He cites this very famous study where they asked college age kids both women and men. Hey they'd send a an attractive someone of the opposite sex and say would you like to have sex right now. Basically the guy said yes like ninety percent of the time in the girls never said yes so at that time was oh disguise or horny right but there was a follow up study a secondary study more recent where they controlled for everything so they controlled for safety safety. There was gonNA be a room. I forget how they did that. Were it was in her in her same apartment building and it was controlled and there was going to be known. Find out so there'd be no oh slut shaming like they controlled for all the variables that are threatening to women because we live in a very violent society towards women at once. Those were taken off the table. Women said yes much more frequently. Isn't that interesting isn't it makes sense. Yeah it's not that women don't want to have sex just there's a there's more of a fear maybe it's a little more involved involved. Yeah complicated. Yeah Yeah but but even even though I agree with that study in his point ultimately I also on top of that thing dudes are much more willing to just fuck anything thing. Yes even if they felt not so safe we have a friend WHO's on GRINDR. Who enters a lot of not safe situations where we're both like? Wow that's Okay okay you you walked in. There is three guys and right one guy was in. You know it's a little more meals scary dude on do just that easier exchange bottom line line bottom line. I remember being with people. I loved the in London and I was like. How'd you guys meet and they've been together ever like just some on the street? No words just met up and oh you hooked up like we don't do that as much. I mean people do it i. There are an occasion back ten lack so I was very delighted to see that you both remembered cherished and all of it was as sensational as I had had hoped my hat and then on top of that both kristen and I- independently when we got in the car rolling. Boy that carry is a very shiny human being isn't isn't she. She is very charismatic. Attractive we were very attracted to you. I mean not in a way but we had a long chat about Saudi. The full you were and how infectious you're so so nice. I am not shiny at all. You are good. Continue incredibly nervous at those things and in fact I think I had a Martini. I never drink anything other than beer and wine and I think I was like. I'm a Martini and I think it made me more. We're talking about but I remember talking to you guys and your so warm but I remember I brought up the story that I've replayed later over and over like talk so much I was. Why did you talk so much and just like myself? Because Kohl's mom and Tony's momber sisters they're like one of twelve kids that were maybe in jazz band or something insane growing just all play everything they can sing. They're like it's a it's a really awesome. Yeah Yeah really great. I spent my summers in Michigan. Christmas like everything. So their oldest brother James became a hippie and like left kind of did his whole life and had these three boys and he's a true hippie and.
"keri k" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Yeah well come to the program called Armchair expert. I'm DAX Shepard. I'm Monica Patterson and today we have Keri Russell Felicity Felicity Felicity. The Americans waitress mission impossible three and soon she will be in star wars the rise of skywalker. Good sound effect. Wow listen. She is a powerhouse on the Americans. Shares she's unbelievable. I can't speak to felicity because I simply didn't see it but but but boy what a what a beautiful look people loved felicity. Yes you loved felicity. Well I also we didn't really watch okay and carries a cool down.
White House won't participate in impeachment inquiry hearing
"Saying the president will not participate in the house impeachment inquiry ABC's senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega at the White House basically say the president is not going to participate because they have no idea who the witnesses are that are going to be called they say that an invitation to participate in an academic discussion gives the president no semblance of fairness in all of this process the house judiciary committee's lawmakers will have access to report from the house intelligence committee including the depositions behind closed doors in the public hearings written by house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff here's ABC's keris Catherine folders what you'll see is members of the house intelligence committee they'll be able to view this report Republicans will say what they agree with our don't disagree with and then on Tuesday Schiff will hold a business meeting where he will put in Republicans concerns it in what they'll do on Tuesday evening around six o'clock is they'll take a vote on this report it will essentially vote the report out of the committee and then to judiciary you'll see the hearing on Wednesday and potentially up more of these public hearings that he hasn't announced it needs indicated that they be ready to wear for articles of impeachment to the full house for by mid
The Founder/CEO of Inspired Living Talks Building Influential Brands
"Not gonna wait for someone to validate what i wanna do where who i am and feel like for so many of us extraordinary ordinary women. We wait for someone to tell us. We're good enough. We wait for someone to say you've got this. We wait for someone to say. Go do this instead of. I'm just saying i've got this in that that inner critic when you when when you made that switch right i mean you had that inner critic showing up. I'm certainly uncertain. It's like it's okay. I'm gonna i'm not gonna do this anymore but this is this <unk> that you made. How did you really hush that the inner critic and step into it anyway. You know i think because i lost it all i had nothing left to lose. I had people saying horrible things about me i i had you know my what i felt my reputation. My ego was crushed to as you get older. At least i'll say hey you know i stopped caring so much a mode other people think and i was more on fire about sharing message than i was being perfect and what i look gleich and i feel like when women come to me and they can really make that shift and realize that to make the impact you're here on this earth to make take you have to be willing to let go of eko and that the women out there that we that we feel are leaders and visionaries generes and and you know leading great movements never once is at about what they look like you don't look at oprah who was told by the way she does not have face as i say oh you know what i listened to her. If she looked like this or he or she she'd be so much more successful. If people fall in love of assault not faces cami love you for that yes because when we when we just show up authentically as who we are instincts can start to shift for us right. Yes and that's <unk> sounds like what you did right. It's like i'm not going to be in that room full of bikini clad models anymore. I want to go be me in your own business then yet the third business but there is v i have to tell you it has been the most fun the most successful the most liberating i asked. I was a single mom for three years. You know it's like i just i really single mom in the mix of all of this like me. I got pregnant at at forty four so my daughter's four now so molina last year. Have i been in this beautiful relationship. I mean it's been in two years but we lived together for the last year <hes> and it was you know i moved out there so inspired living at that time was is growing tremendously and i figured out i'm having a baby. How am i. I have no family around me. Let's do this but it but i have to say it it made me even stronger and my message even clearer and my vision even more bright and yet i was so scared scared of what other people would think of me too so it's <hes> i'm not gonna say. I have a steel wall around me because i'm human but i feel like you kinda get over or yourself and i know who i am and i know that if you don't like me it's okay. You don't have to buy into what i'm doing because i have the right people that do now right so you teach people how to release show up authentically in their business and you call it the it factors that s. so tell us more about that going up entertainment. I swear to god. I heard that word all the time. Oh yeah did she have the it factor yes and and then i remember when i own the agency we had these open calls which every month people could come in and audition for the agency and cami. It was so funny because i really we saw this it factor at play where someone would come into the room as clean as could be right no resume no experience and man they had equality about them that was just captivating and it had nothing to do with what they look like. You're so right and so i remember hearing this. It word and i feel like we all have it like. I get asked all the time you know. Is it something you're born with or. Is it something that's developed. I think it's both i think some people are in just born with this natural <unk> qua- this spirit that you're drawn to i feel like other people can work through the the limiting beliefs and fears that keep them. I'm from shining and ignite it and that's where my training is called. Ignite your factor because when you really understand who you are and i feel like most of us. Don't take take time to figure that out cami. I would say probably ninety percent of people on the planet. I love where you're taking this because i'm just going to throw this in here. You're going to check out this so i talk about building your brand from the inside out so it's like who are you at your mary essence. How do you build your brand from the inside out and my book is called fired answer so there's is the fire were originally yes in. My event that i do in november is called ignite. Girlfriend are literally soul sisters here yes we we are aligned. Yes i couldn't agree with you more. You know it's like yes. You wanna look great. You wanna feel great like i teach people how to dress. You know how to do their makeup. All of those thanks but that is just it's just icing on the cake the cake scott to be good by itself and you have to love the recipe you have to love putting it all together and so it it really is all of that and it's so much fun. It is so much fun when in in seeing the transformation that these women have and it's like oh my got i finally have permission. I finally get it. I in that is just fire right there just so excited and so we work with them yes on what he thinks of the camera he says is our for finding that transformation i get. I think it's a bit of inner knowing. I think it's acceptance. I think it's really realizing what you're great at and not being ashamed or or feel bad when you say i. I'm really good at this. I think women have this tendency should not ever wanna toot their own horn. I can't stay on this. A guy will call him america's best any day right the guy out there and then i also i think so it's it's an inner process for sure but then i think also when you start really seeing the results that you have other people get and you do that enough. There's just the confidence that comes with that where i mean. I have no doubt about it. We're really great of what we do. We're actually pretty or amazing what we do and because i it's proven it's true i've seen it over and over again and i think that sometimes when people are starting a business. They lack confidence because they haven't done the r._n._d. They haven't seen the the results yet and they're still trying to find the message or find the client and i think once you do that and you see a track record of success. Those two things that inter knowing acceptance and then results are so powerful. That's awesome. That's awesome. So is your business. It primarily focused on video or is there. Is there more expansive as tommy. Tell me a little bit about that. Oh it's so much more significant people come into and do us for the video day like that's the front door of our home writing as they come in for like the video training right what we often find cammie when people come into the house is is that they have built a business that is sustainable. They're often working-time for dollars. They're still doing everything on their own. They're so fearful to get support and again. I have been there. I have that t shirts. No we have we comes. We have to cut two tracks in our business. We have have the in front of the camera and then we have behind the scenes you cannot be amazing on camera and put yourself out there and not be able to scale and have systems in automation and teams or you vice versa. You can't have all the systems and team and have no one coming into your business because you're not found anywhere right so it really is this beautiful center g. and and cross kind of like building of the outward and the inward. Yes people don't come to us for that. We don't market that side of the business so much because so many people are already doing that. Were very specialized on. I like your model a lot because is it is break people in in in that front door but it's it's it does take all of that to be able to bring <hes> wholeness to a business sustainability lead to a business right exactly and can i say that most people are trying to market too much. You know i think because women were so multifaceted multi talented i. I'm not kidding one of our clients who i love to death. She came to us as a celebrity event planner iraqi healer and a yoga instructor and i'm like what in her and her site. You couldn't even figure out what she did really like. What how do you market yourself. Like what are you how does one into the other and this and that and i feel like that's kinda. Rare people come to us. Look like here's the whole plate and people just don't even know if they wanna bite yet you know and i think that especially because they're so much content right now in there so how many people online you have to be able to uniquely differentiate yourself and i find that when people come to us they're so afraid to niche down mike mike but that's the only way you'll grow out. I don't know if you say that because nobody tony i mean that's people who are trying to be too many things to you know to to many different people and egypt. You just can't be all of that we can't you can't add good message. You can't have good connections. You can have real strong teachings. If you're if you're too many things to too. Many people and people can't say to you don't know if you're talking to them. You know confused. Mind will never buy so stop confusing think
Patriots C Andrews' season in jeopardy
"Serious health news for the patriots one of the team's captain starting center David answers as blood clots in his lungs is twenty nineteen season now in jeopardy league sources have confirmed to ESPN's Mike Reiss he was hospitalized well growing undergoing tests to pinpoint the cause of the clouds on a positive note he reportedly was released from the hospital Monday night he did put twenty eight snaps in the patriots preseason win over the Panthers on Thursday night wasn't a practice the past couple of days top back up Sir for your veterans that take cares and James variance between the two of them you're talking about sixty eight career games but only five starts Michael junior I was guilty with offense of line what's the impact of this in your mind for the patriots I I think it's certainly concerning because of what the position of center usually occupies for most line it's a communicator it's someone who works hand in hand with the quarterback and listen it's a relationship was not documented all the time I feel like Peyton manning and Jeff Saturday night modern era really were that one where the show tomorrow we did pieces on them watching film together it's a very valuable relationship and as Tom Brady gets up there I'm sure the last change the better an offense that seems to thrive in it they have one of the better off ends of lines in the NFL and took a hit there's no question here you want the best for his health at the first and foremost of without worry about it but for the patriots on the field this is going to be an adjustment teddy keris is been a backup swing guy there for the last couple of years now but that's for a reason yeah you get comfortable right yeah eggs especially if you're craving know you're one of the greatest ever in Tom Brady you so there's a comfort level the same guy in front of all by the way his career Andrews has been won AAC championship game and the rest Super Bowl correct in five years yeah it's been amazing to leave a bowl and blood clots when you just don't mess with it all you do not throwing a whole ism and that could enjoy like me and that's that's house that is again out of the realm of that you know in the end goal type injury this is like whoa hold on I mean that's what killed their Thomas yeah I mean after the car crash he it was a blood clot and they didn't catch it and that's what that that's literally killed him so you you can not mess with that stuff when it comes to that so first and foremost we hope his health is okay and then we'll figure out from there with the
"keri k" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Like cruise to roll always DR and things you've got to a real after kind of zone out to watch it because it can devastate, sometimes then they see it is amazing computer different, and I'll say forget like the someone else in the scene. Probably going to be on, then you should be like, is what they're doing a bold a choice. Thing I've decided to stick with committed to thousands of word. I think there's been, I've worked with a few directors, I would have said, not to do that. Well, I think some people would be like, don't he washing the monitor. But I feel able like babe it, it's also a plan box. Couple of a lot student. Always been pressing rewind. Exactly. Lenses around, chat like Keri K, like I'd like a lot longer than you does it become a vanity thing that don't know some people, it's a benefit to that. I think that's the thing is so individual in it. I angle clue. I. I think most of a work in, but then I wouldn't know what my work, and as we know, like some people like have things to do, like, I have my life, you little things, do I don't have light, if direct if particular branch dot who were you playing the character in a director's comes into it, rather than you starting with that directive from the staff. And so you've you've maybe decided said things by carriage, all about a still like if I'm directed in a completely different way. I'm all in the want to try different way of rehearsing or something allow I'm up -solutely find because I don't think I have this very set where that it has to go. But that might be really naive. I'll probably do loads of habits. But will you do you mean you're much more? I just think a lot change all time as much more. Linked than. Hundred seven which has been, which has been a really interesting way into this power because it's? It is one of the most intelligent characters. Anyone could have a play with, with hindsight that you can't even imagine. And also an optimism under an ability to continue to learn this, the isn't it isn't very British in that in that kind of, you know, like not say human being with as adults here we go. You inevitably life affects you so you go, well, not will never happen. We'll all will that often? You know, you have a predestine judgment that you can you can not Caspi for one, but I certainly will be bit more jetted than the child version of myself, or as characters continually discovering new things all the time. And allows that new thing to be taken in protest and not to bring previous judgment new scenario, which is had as a human trait. We do that 'cause that's saviour as well. But my non cerebral way in, even though it can be crying very. I suppose the language can certainly be very intellectual in that sense is just is to still make them all pitches. So everything if everything is, is an image. And if everything is me within image, all the people, I'm with within the image, I can I can understand exactly what I'm saying are doing and, and I'll still listen because you might move in a way before. So the pitches continually engine, it's like if I get a word or the name of a planet awesome. In that these brand new to me, and is brand new to the show and. Possibly to a half to basically give it on film in my head and everything to do with that has its own colours and everything. So that every word associated with that has a picture. I said, just a more like a kid's picture book in the brain works, the dictionary. So it's the everything is images. And then whatever happens in that..
Vanity Fair, Annie Liebowitz And Keri discussed on Jason and Alexis
"Vanity Fair? Just dropped. A giant cover story on Star Wars. The rise of Skywalker. Beautiful pictures by Annie liebowitz of the cast, including Cal Ripken. And girl. I was quickly reading stuff through all the commercial breaks. They revealed a lot more than I thought they would reveal Lum. They confirmed that Jj Abrams. Good friend, and miss Felicity herself, Keri, Russell is in this movie. Rumors that she was ended there. She couldn't confirm it. Well, Vanity Fair, confirmed it and even showed her costume. It is a kick costume. She plays hold on a minute. It's a cool name to her costume is awesome. Let's see here there. She is. She plays a bad guy. She is a K. Russell masked scoundrel by the way. That's also what we call dawn masked, scoundrel, Zora, bliss who Zoe bliss and her mask is awesome. I want that mask. They also confirm that Kylo Ren. And Ray may have a deeper connection than has been previously revealed. Oh, which I'm shocked Vanity Fair wrote that hill. Richard E grant, people love him. He is a general. He's a bad guy. And now I'm really going out. And then I'll stop because mytalkers if you're not a nerd, you're like white Don, you'll love this. It is confirmed that the knights of Ren are in this movie there. The thought there, the elite guard that was mentioned in the force awakens. So they're in this to their favor. They've revealed some planets. Yeah. It's it's that's a lot. I'm shocked. And I know you're not a nerdy, rolling your eyes going. I don't understand the big deal. They are usually so secretive, but they gave a lot of details of light, basically what we can expect, and it's a lot, and they show a they even have a picture of the final lightsaber scene between Tyler and Ray it looks like they're in a body of water on crashed there on top of like a tie crashed typhi ter-. Oh, wow. They are showing a lot. They're showing the law, which are are beautiful, and Billy Dee Williams. Looks amazing shot of him in the cockpit of the millennium falcon. Annie liebowitz is so amazing. She's such a good photographer. Yeah. Oh, I'm just beyond
"keri k" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Jim Frazier is here and Brian cook. We're talking sports these voices, you wouldn't hear otherwise if they were not on this program. And that's the only reason I'm doing something completely different as go to the phones OT hung up try air in the hill district. Ed, you're on Keri K. First of all Tomlin. He's not going anywhere. He's he's part of the establishment and football he of the rules committee, and he has an excellent record as a coach in the National Football League. So he's not going. Api? We'll be out of here though. Football team game was the capital. And it's a team game. Even when you lose even when you have nothing to play for still game. And unfortunately, this young man, be brilliant of you. Cavalier blame that on anyone except. And so he'll be out of here for the regular season. Share and. All I can say. I really appreciate what he has done for all the things that he's done on the field. You when you lose you still have? Support your team and the for reasons known only the him. Oh, by the way. I don't know if you guys guys know or not I stumbled onto this by reading the paper, he'll be unknown singer. Singer. Show me look pretty good on that show. Thanks. So he's he's on my little world. And I I say, God bless them. I don't I don't dislike him by. I'm an old school guy myself. And I believe that even when you lose you stick with your teammates than you support your teammates. And you don't stand around with your coach. James Harrison behind you. Thank you. Brings up a great point. I hear him on a lot of different top shows. He's a very wise guy. I hear him coming all the time. And I think he hit it on the head. And let's be mindful of two things real Twix. Real quick. Maybe the objective is for a B to get out of here. Maybe that's part of his objective. Maybe he wants. And this is the desire active enough in. It's ridiculous to think that that's his method of operation. Aubrey's quota does. But but the second thing is let's not forget Joe Montana. Jim Brown Brett farve. Sonny liston some of the greatest athletes on the planet had been dismissed this. This was not he will not be the first great Ashley dismissed for whatever reason. And if he's gone he will be replaced. I of the Ali dismissing listed..
"keri k" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"You'll lads and even Santa himself on Christmas. I'm not kidding. According to Wagner. According to Wagner. People have actually seen apparitions of Santa in their homes around Christmas time. This is like a paranormal investigation story. Really? It's like it's no different than talking about man with a black hat. It's no different than talking about the the black-eyed children. I mean, these reports run from the wondrous to the frankly, creepy and one has been told that'd be I went through all the lists. And got the best stories. I could. About these people that have seen these shadowy figures on the solstice, or at least Santa Claus on Christmas Eve in their houses when they were kids. I give you my interesting story the other night where the guy showed up, and he was kind of like a makeshift San. I came from. He's a big tall dude wearing the smock and the and the fake beard. I didn't even the guy was he had these coke bottle glassy barely Seattle is coke bottle glasses, and he was wearing a hat and he had the beard, and I swear it had to have been the real sad, or at least someone who just showed up some weird. Do the just showed up out of the fog and deliver toys to me. But people have actually seen apparitions of these gnomes or these weird creatures, and I'm asking if you've seen anything weird on solstice or anything in your house around Christmas time that just makes you go. What the hell what was this show? I report told by a woman named Keri K. Who claims that in nineteen sixty one. She went to bed on Christmas Eve and was awoken by her bedroom door, slowly creaking open. To allow the light from the night light in the hall to trickle in and then aluminum, quite a bizarre sight. And that is she claimed that what she saw was a man in a red suit. He had white trim around his waist like for a long white beard, and he was wearing a Santa hat red pants on. He had black boots on the whole thing. She goes on to claim that he stood there and looked at her for a few seconds. And then close the door. She said the encounter terrified her as she drew the covers over her head. And then the next day she claims when she asked her mother and father about it. They felt it was time to talk to her about the truth about Santa Claus. You know, they they wanted to sit down and say, you know, the story. However, she said, no, no, no, no. I I know that you're trying to tell me that you know, this is how it is. But I saw what I saw I saw a man standing in the house with a white beard. White trimmed red suit and black boots wearing a hat. Has also perhaps even stranger account given by a woman named Sarah. A who says her citing happened at a very young age. But that it was basically stayed with her into adulthood as clear as day on this on this evening. The Christmas Eve Sarah was sleeping on the floor as her aunt had had been visiting and took her bed because of this. She was unable to really get into a deep sleep and around two thirty AM. She noticed a faint glow coming in from the crack under the door. She got up wanted to the door opened it and looked out into the hallway. She thought at first that what she saw was an angel. She didn't realize that it was a bearded man in a long coat. Look nothing like the traditional Santa. He was hooded. And.
"keri k" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Ads and even Santa himself on Christmas. I'm not kidding. According to Wagner. According to Wagner. People have actually seen apparitions of Santa in their homes around Christmas time. It is like a paranormal investigation story really like it's no different than title about man with a black hat. It's no different than talking about the the black eyed children. I mean, these reports run from the wondrous to the frankly, creepy and one has been told that'd be I went through all the lists. And got the best stories. I could. About these people have seen these shadowy figures on the solstice, or at least Santa Claus on Christmas Eve in their houses when they were kids. Now, I give you my interesting story the other night where the guy showed up, and he was kind of like a makeshift said I came from. He's a big tall. Dude. You know, wearing the the smock and and the fake beard. I mean, I didn't even know the guy was he had these coke bottle glassy barely Seattle coke bottle glasses, and he was wearing a hat and you had the beard, and I swear it had to have been the real San or at least someone who just showed up some weird. Do the just showed up out of the fog and deliver toys to me. But people have actually seen apparitions of these gnomes or these weird creatures, and I'm asking if you've seen anything weird on solstice or anything in your house around Christmas time that just makes you go. What the hell what was this? So I report told by a woman named Keri K who claims that in nineteen sixty one she went to bed on Christmas Eve and was awoken by her bedroom door, slowly creaking open. To allow the light from the night light in the hall to trickle in and then eliminate quite a bizarre sight. And that is she claimed that what she saw was a man in a red suit. He had white trim around his waist like for a long white beard, and he was wearing a Santa hat. He had red pants on. He had black boots on the whole thing. She goes on to claim that he stood there and looked at her for a few seconds. And then close the door. She said the encountered terrified her as she drew the covers over her head. And then the next day she claims when she asked her mother and father about it. They felt it was time to talk to her about the truth about Santa Claus. You know, they they wanted to sit down and say, you know, the story. However, she said, no, no, no, no. I I know that you're trying to tell me that you know, this is how it is. But I saw what I saw I saw a man standing in the house with a white beard. White trimmed red suit and black boots wearing a hat. Has also perhaps even stranger account given by a woman named Sarah a. Who says her citing happened at a very young age. But that it was basically stayed with her into adulthood as clear as day on this on this evening. The Christmas Eve Sarah sleeping on the floor as her aunt had been visiting and took her bed because of this. She was unable to really get into a deep sleep and around two thirty AM. She noticed a faint glow coming in from the crack to the door. She got up wanted to the door opened it and looked out into the hallway. She thought at first that what she saw was an angel. She didn't realize that it was a bearded man in a long coat. He looked nothing like the traditional Santa. He was hooded. And in.
"keri k" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"I just wanted to I've been listening. I enjoy your show. We don't catch it much. I am a I don't either by the way. I don't. Presently. I'm on the road in a motor home. I very much four constitutional Keri K second amendment issue to me. It's an extortion issue by government. Licensing operations. I don't have to have a permit or a fee or do a background check or anything to exercise any other amendment. From that perspective. We're surrounded by stage. They allow some form of open carry or constitutional permit. Louis Carey, whatever you'd like to pray, right? All our other borough. Of course, Mexico see that that being said you mentioned while ago about the sparse nature of population and some of these states, but I disagree, but I disagree with that. Because I said, Missouri is not sparse parsley populated. Kansas is not sparsely populated areas zone is not at the state as a whole might be but not the metropolitan areas in all these at least to middle to large metropolitan areas in those two so most of them are. But there's some of them that are not. So I. Do have watched unpopulated areas. But like you just mentioned they do have heavily populated centers. Yes. We've been on the road for a while. And. I just came through Arezzo, many, other states and. Not into a crowded restaurant in a large city. It doesn't matter. If I have open carry permit Lewis are LT say, you're you're still expose in the thing that gets me about it. Some of the politicians in Texas. I'm starting to still expose meaning your exposes in. What was that the potential abolish? Sure. Yeah. With with with open care or constitutional care or not, right? That being said you start getting into the money aspect, and it's a little bit of a of an upkeep issue. You have to renew it cetera et cetera running. Let me ask you about something. First of all, you know, when they when they re upped the. When they stripped it down to forty four hours of training. Instead of the also stripped down the cost, which I think the cost issue was a big deal. It wasn't hurdle. I will tell you that it was a big hurdle for my family and me back in the day. When we first got to the Metroplex almost a decade ago. It was. It was obscene. Remember that was like with a two fifty fifty beyond the cost of the class. It was obscene. It was. It was a it was a barrier and that's wrong. It is not anymore. It's like seventy five bucks, fifty bucks, depending on you know, specials and stuff. It's not a barrier. I mean, how how much you gonna get gun for for cheap. I mean, what two hundred bucks hundred fifty bucks men minimally for us decent modestly decent gun. I wouldn't get one for that. Three hundred kind of it seems like the threshold for a new one and above for decent one. But. That's impediment. But I I want to see this. I cannot think of off the top of my head. I cannot think of a right where you have to get a license or a permit to exercise, right? Other than the second amendment. I will definitely give you that. Okay. I will definitely give you that. But the training and the screening out of it he hits you got. I mean, the problem is it's going to you or somebody else who let's say, you're not an idiot to me. But somebody that's an idiot might kill you or your wife or me, and my wife, and that's where I'm like, no. There's a lot of eighty it's out there, and you don't get a redo redone. That's the problem. Well, I understand that personal responsibility comes into driving down. How would you pass certain death about three times a day the highway none of the highways different? That's a license. It's it's a privilege to drive. It's not a right highways different. Can't can't quite those two. I haven't equated them. Because I because that's one of the things that we all know is that it's a privilege not a right to drive. So that's different. And how that's regulated. This is not gonna ask you this. But I gotta ask you this. What other right? Can you can you exercise where you could kill somebody instantaneously by exercising that right foolishly doctors to kill people all the time when the right to be a doctor you have to have a license brother lived. They are last known. That's right. So that you're trying to have no licence for guns. What other right? Can we express where you could kill somebody? Well exercising that right without training. You take the word kill I need you to need you to do. I need you to tell me that otherwise you gotta flaw in your your in your logic. Well, I would I would debate that docking. Well, there you go. There's your answer two times. And.
"keri k" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"You've got to a real after kind of zone out to watch it because it can devastate. Sometimes they see it is amazing, computer different, and I'll say, forget like the someone else in the scene. Probably going to be a man should be like, is what they're doing. A bold a choice. Thing I've decided to stick with committed to thousands of word. I think there's been. I've worked with a few directors, I would have said not to do that. Well, I think some people would be like, don't he washing the monitor, but I feel able like babe it. It's also a plan box. Couple of a lot student always been pressing rewind. Exactly. Lenses around chat like Keri k. like I'd like a lot longer than you. Does it become a vanity thing that no. No, the people benefit to that. I think that's the thing is so individual in it. I angle clue. I Do do. I think most of a work in, but then I wouldn't know what my work and as we know like some people like have things to do like I have my life, you little things do I don't have light if direct, if particular branch dot, who were you playing the character in a director's comes into it rather than you starting with that directive from the staff. And so you've you've maybe decided, said things by carriage all about a still like if I'm directed in a completely different way, I'm all in the want to try different way of rehearsing or something allow. I'm up -solutely fine because I don't think I have this very set where that it has to go. But that might be really naive. I'll probably do loads of habits. But will you do you mean you're much more? I just think a lot change all time as much more. Linked than. Hundred seven, which has been, which has been a really interesting way into this power because it's. It is one of the most intelligent characters. Anyone could have a play with with hindsight that you can't even imagine and also an optimism under an ability to continue to learn this. The isn't. It isn't very British in that in that kind of, you know, like not say human being with as adults. Here we go. You inevitably life affects you. So you go, well, not will never happen. We'll all will that often, you know, you have predestine judgment that you can. You can not Caspi for one, but I certainly will be bit more jetted than the child version of myself or as characters continually discovering new things all the time and allows that new thing to be taken in protest and not to bring previous judgment, new scenario which is had as a human trait. We do that. 'cause that's saviour as well. But my non cerebral way in even though it can be crying very. I suppose the language can certainly be very intellectual in that sense is just is to still make them all pitches so everything. If everything is is an image, and if everything is me within image, all the people I'm with within the image I can. I can understand exactly what I'm saying are doing and and I'll still listen because you might move in a way before. So the pitches continually engine. It's like if I get a word or the name of a planet. Awesome. In that these brand new to me and is brand new to the show, and. Possibly to a half to basically give it on film in my head and everything to do with that has its own colours and everything so that every word associated with that has a picture. I said, just a more like a kid's picture book in the brain works the dictionary. So it's the everything is images and then whatever happens in that..
Catherine Zeta-Jones's 15-year-old daughter, Carys, on growing up part of a Hollywood dynasty
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"keri k" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Gathering on onset what is true and i answered there was this moment we she kind of hearts drop for towel and reveals have to me and i never looked at a once really know because i thought it was like a number of things through my head so if i thought it'd be good for the character patou i looked she just think goes a pervert so i never we'll never where did you put your eyes in thankfully the place can he's meant go oh my god mrs robinson song never actually no hold on the last night not not not not even a site must about a year at the site i really didn't because i did she seduce you in many ways yes and did did she make you who ni yes slightly yeah let's go to cynthia from louisiana with the question for keri russell what's your question hi terry what was the biggest meltdown you ever saw from one of the younger mickey mouse club members back in the day christina were twelve when you were there and so did you see what because i wish i remembered something really good neutral you like your memories so bad at age like all you care about like adults are are invisible and all you care about is like does the guy i think is cute is he going to be in my dance skewed channing china tate he wasn't he wasn't ryan gosling ryan gosling but i was seventeen when he was twelve.